Our new "Stop the War on Children" report reveals 100,000+ babies die every year due to conflict. DRC and South Sudan are among the worst affected
When Irene went into premature labour, doctors at Bundibugyo hospital managed to save both mother and child. The "Baby Cap" project has helped cut neonatal mortality in the district in half.
Ocia health centre is saving the lives of children and mothers but is struggling to stay open. Uganda's new health plan for refugees could greatly improve healthcare - but only if it's funded
Five days a week the Save the Children mobile clinic moves around the vast Imvepi refugee settlement in northern Uganda, bringing vital health care and medicine to sick children and parents, like baby Rose.
17 year old Anna* was orphaned at 1 and contracted HIV. After a long struggle, she's now looking forward to a happier future for her and her baby daughter
The cash grants of 100,000 Ugandan shillings per month (approx. $27) help poor children aged 15-17, who dropped out of school for various reasons and have enrolled on our Accelerated Education Programme, to stay in school.
A call to action for the African Union summit, to get every refugee child an education