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15-year-old Saada currently lives in Al Ribat displacement camp in Yemen.
Before attending Save the Children's temporary learning space, she could not read and write but with your support, we’re providing education to almost 400 children in this camp.
We need to tackle the public health and economic crises we’re facing head-on. That’s why today, I’m announcing my American Rescue Plan. Together we’ll change the course of the pandemic, build a bridge toward economic recovery, and invest in racial justice.
.@SavetheChildren works in communities hardest hit by COVID-19, in the U.S. and around the world. We welcome the American Rescue Plan including an important step to address the needs of global communities.
Congress should act quickly in the coming weeks to #ProtectAGeneration.
More than a million Rohingya refugees live in crowded camps with limited access to health care and education. Today's fire in Cox's Bazar was a devastating blow for kids and families who have endured years of unspeakable hardship.
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Latino and Black children are twice as likely to endure multiple economic and health hardships from the pandemic — a @ChildTrends analysis found.
Systemic racism and inequities continue to keep children of color behind.
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While the COVID-19 pandemic may be top of mind for all of us, we must not forget the other crises impacting children.
From the war in Syria to severe hunger in South Sudan, children's futures are at risk.
Here are 10 crises to watch this year.
A devastating fire destroyed hundreds of makeshift homes for Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, robbing children and their families of what little shelter they had.
This is a terrible reminder that a refugee camp is no place for a child to grow up.
“I want to be a doctor. To treat people and heal them.”
11 year-old Khalil, a Syrian refugee, dreams of becoming a doctor. With your support, we’re providing kids like him, the education and support they need to make their dreams come true!
“I want to be a teacher when I grow up. I want to help people who can’t read and write, because the ability to read is the best feeling in the world.”
For children like Mohhamed, who have been forced to flee from conflict, education provides stability and hope for the future.
As the President visits the U.S. southern border today, we can't forget the administration's harmful policies that have targeted children and families seeking refuge.
Here's how the Biden administration can ensure immigrants are treated humanely. 👇
For the first time in history, an entire generation has had their education disrupted.
Our analysis found that it will cost an average of $370 per child to safely open schools again and get learning back on track in 59 of the world’s poorest countries.
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