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Save the Children is overseeing two projects that contribute towards similar objectives related to family-based care: the EU-funded Responsive and Effective Child Welfare Systems Transformation (REACT) and the USAID-funded Family Care First (FCF)....

COVID-19 poses a serious threat to a country’s development, particularly in the education sector. In partnership with CARE International, and as part of Cambodia’s GPE-funded COVID-19 Accelerating Funding Response and Recovery programme, UNICEF...

Interviews with over 15,000 respondents assess the impact of school closures on student learning and the multidimensional impacts of COVID-19 on teachers, children and their parents....

A year after – as the world still grapples with COVID-19, children and families’ lives are being turned upside down with devastating impacts on children and their rights. From health systems are being overwhelmed, economies are sliding...

This report has been undertaken as part of the International Save the Children Alliance, Southeast, East Asia and Pacific Region Regional Advocacy Plan and presents the findings of a comparative study of the relevant legal provisions of the six...

This workshop report summarises discussions of work experience in addressing corporal punishment and highlights characteristics of corporal punishment of children within the regional and national contexts. The report also contains a draft regional...

Save the Children Sweden South East Asia and the Pacific’s regional submission to the UN Secretary General’s Global Study on Violence against Children. A rights-based account of what is known (research), what is happening (legal) and...

43 million children living in countries around the world wrecked by war and armed conflict are being left without the chance to go to school. This report is part of Save the Children’s five-year Rewrite the Future education initiative, which...

Save the Children has been striving to address the abuse and exploitation of children in the six countries in the Mekong River basin in Southeast Asia. Here, thousands of children have been falling into the hands of exploitative individuals.