When disaster strikes, we’re there – saving lives. Our teams do whatever it takes to reach children, delivering life-saving food, shelter and medicines straight to where they’re most urgently needed. In the weeks and months after an emergency, we help keep children safe and support families to rebuild their lives.
What's happening to Somalia's children?
Imagine one in two people in the UK don’t know where their next meal is coming from or only have enough food to last a few days. It seems unthinkable, doesn’t it?
Save the Children UK blogs View original
Yemen crisis: 85,000 children 'dead from malnutrition'
An estimated 85,000 children under the age of five may have died from acute malnutrition in three years of war in Yemen.
BBC News View original
Indonesia tsunami: As threat of disease looms, safe water and hygiene are key to saving the survivors
After the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia, survivors are now threatened by the spread of disease.
Disasters Emergency Committee View original
Squalor and disease await babies born in Bangladesh camps
Newborns in danger of malnutrition and disease as huge influx of refugees from Myanmar puts pressure on basic services in Cox’s Bazar shelters.
the Guardian View original
Save The Children - DEC Emergency Appeal for People Fleeing Myanmar
Over half a million people have fled violence in Myanmar. They are arriving in Bangladesh with nothing. Food and medical aid are desperately needed. 145,000 children are at serious risk. Children are suffering from severe malnutrition. The DEC urgently needs your help to continue delivering vital aid. Please, donate now: http://bit.ly/2yfsPiG