June 17, 2016
Africa: "I Want to Give Him a Good Education" - a Father's Hopes
This Father's Day, we're celebrating the many amazing dads we meet around the world every day through our work. Read more »
February 22, 2016
Uganda: Refugees - What Happens When the World Looks Away?
Save the Children writer Ben Brill visited Uganda in December 2015, to see Save the Children's work in the country. As part of a series of three blogs, here he writes about his… Read more »
Uganda: Uganda - Difficult Choices in Hard-to-Reach Communities
In response to the announcement that the FYRO Macedonia will its border with Greece to Afghans, Goran Bilic, Save the Children's Regional Response Team Leader in the Balkans, said: Read more »
February 16, 2016
Ethiopia: 'It's Heartbreaking to See My People Suffer Like This'
Seifu Asseged is Save the Children Ethiopia National Communications Coordinator. He is based in Dire Dawa and has worked for Save the Children for 12 years. Read more »
February 10, 2016
Ethiopia: Ticking Clock On Ethiopia Drought
The international community has just three weeks to provide $245 million in emergency food aid to help prevent a potentially catastrophic escalation in severe acute malnutrition… Read more »
January 25, 2016
Ethiopia: Newborns Could Be At Risk in Ethiopia Drought
Our Ethiopia Country Director John Graham has lived and worked in Ethiopia for 19 years, but he says he's never seen a drought on this scale before. Read more »
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