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Research & Reports

This report is based on research with children about how the HIV/AIDS epidemic affects their lives. It is based on research in Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand. It focuses on social, economic and other factors that...

This report is an outcome of the regional workshop on Proceedings of Save the Children and partner organizations on violence against children held in March in Bangkok. The workshop aims to adopt specific directions to follow up on the study’s...

A Mapping of National Child Protection Systems

2007 - Cambodia, China, Costa Rica ...

This summary report provides a concise overview of the current status of national child protection systems in countries where Save the Children is operating, and has been written as an input to the Global Workshop in Costa Rica on ‘Right Based...

Hundreds of thousands of children are migrating within the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) and beyond in East and South-East Asia. Many are invisible to the public. Many have been exploited. Yet children’s migration has drawn little attention....

The publication is the summary of the East Asia regional meeting of UNICEF and Save the Children Alliance. It consisted of a review of the country-level successes in implementing the recommendations of the UN Study, an exchange of good practices...

Protecting Children from Violence Globally

2011 - Bangladesh, Cambodia, China ...

These case studies demonstrate the impact Save the Children activities and programmes have had in protecting children from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation. The case studies specifically highlight the areas of focus of the Child...

A publication of children’s voices from the Greater Mekong Sub region reflecting their experiences with migration and vulnerability. Along their journey from their homes, these children experienced excitement, friendships, separation,...

Following flooding in south-east Asia in 2011 that affected millions of people in Thailand and Cambodia, adherence to disaster management systems proved challenging. And, while neither the Thai nor Cambodian governments made a formal appeal for...

A briefing paper concerning the positive impact of children’s participation in the Mekong Youth Forum (MYF) and the Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative Against Trafficking (COMMIT). It highlights three MYF meetings on human trafficking that...

Disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA) are important elements of sustainable development and human security, and if not successfully implemented then disaster and climate change losses will continue to undermine human...