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Each year disasters have a major impact on children, youth and education systems. In the disaster-prone region of the Asia Pacific, around 200 million children per year will have their lives severely disrupted by disasters in the coming decades.1...

Child Rights Situation Analysis Within the ASEAN Region

2016 - Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia ...

In the endeavor to promote and protect rights and well-being of the child, Save the Children sees the importance of having a good understanding of the situation for children in the country context in order to inform its strategic decisions at the...

Save the Children is campaigning at an international and national level to achieve the greatest impact for children with the Every Last Child Campaign. In this country spotlight, the main focus is on children affected by poverty in Myanmar. Read...

This report presents the human face and key findings of a technical survey conducted in 2015 by Save the Children in partnership with the Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC). The survey gained detailed information on the economic and social...

Save the Children has worked in Myanmar since 1995, helping children to access essential services such as healthcare and education. The Child Rights Situation Analysis is an in-depth description of the extent to which children’s rights are being...

This real-time assessment reviews the implementation of two projects financed through Save the Children Sweden and implemented by Save the Children in Myanmar: “Fulfilling Children’s Rights through Civil Society Strengthening” funded by SIDA and ...

Migrants from Myanmar have been present in Thailand in large numbers for many years due to the long-term conflict, poor economy and lack of educational opportunities and jobs in the country. As a result, approximately 2.5 million migrants from...

Unlocking potential through education: Key achievements

2013 - El Salvador, Uganda, Nepal ...

Globally, great strides have been made towards achieving universal primary education since 2000. However, there are still 57 million children worldwide who are denied their right to education, half of whom live in conflict-affected or fragile...

Save the Children has considerable direct involvement with the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, mainly in Asia and across all three diseases, with an evolving partnership at the global level. This document presents Save the...

This document presents Save the Children's key Global Fund Projects in Asia with a focus on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.