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MEXICO: Families without food and children out of school two weeks after Hurricane Otis
Major Climate Resilience Project Launches in Lao PDR
UKRAINE: Cows and chickens offer a lifeline to frontline families living off the land
Save the Children Australia to continue fight to repatriate Aussie children from Northeast Syria camps
Cambodia: Children build innovative tool to trap plastic waste in floating villages
New grant to strengthen and diversify humanitarian leadership in crises
‘Children are returning with nothing’: Thousands of Afghan families leave Pakistan to avoid potential deportation
Green thumbs up for new Hands on Learning partnership
‘Expanded ground operation’ in Gaza puts even more children’s lives on the line – Save the Children
Over 800 children missing under the rubble in Gaza as rescue efforts hindered by ongoing bombardment and siege
Save the Children reunites 7,000th child separated from family by conflict in South Sudan
The lives of a million children in Gaza hang in the balance as public health catastrophe looms
Open Call for an Immediate Ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and Israel to Prevent a Humanitarian Catastrophe and Further Loss of Innocent Lives
Save Children calls for ceasefire in Gaza as casualties soar and water runs out
Afghanistan: Four earthquakes in week leave thousands living in open and in tents
Urgent plea to avert unprecedented humanitarian crisis amid looming Israeli land incursion into Gaza
Australia must step up to protect civilians in Gaza
At least 17 children killed in wave of violence across Syria
40 million girls set to face double blow of climate change and child marriage by 2050
New humanitarian funding urgently needed after devastating earthquake in western Afghanistan causes ‘a crisis on top of a crisis’
Children are paying the heaviest price as violence in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory escalates
Bushfires and floods: Threat of multiple disasters put children’s wellbeing at risk
Community Sector leaders urge Australians to back Voice to Parliament on October 14th
Landmark legal case to repatriate Australian children from NE Syria begins in Federal Court today
2023 marks deadliest year on record for children in the occupied West Bank
SOMALIA: Two in five children to suffer from acute malnutrition despite rains
Nearly one child born every second faces risk of stunted growth by 2030 without action
Number of children displaced across Sudan now highest in the world
Sahel school closures increase by 20% in past year, with 200,000 more children out of class
YouTube star educator Ms Rachel joins Save the Children to help boost child literacy
INDONESIA: Medicine and blankets air lifted to families in remote Central Papua after devastating cold snap
Number of children displaced across sub-Saharan Africa by climate shocks doubled to a record high in 2022
SUDAN: More than 50,000 people displaced within Kadugli as town nears siege conditions
PAKISTAN: One year on, children fear repeat of worst floods on record that destroyed their homes, schools, food
GENEVA: Landmark recognition says inaction on climate crisis is a child rights’ violation 
LEBANON: Calls for armed groups to vacate schools in Ein El Helwe Camp
NIGERIA: More than 1,680 schoolchildren kidnapped in Nigeria since the 2014 Chibok girls abduction
17,000 children per day to fall into crisis levels of hunger by September
Wellbeing critical to student engagement says new Senate report into School Refusal
Save Children welcomes increase in humanitarian intake
After four months of war, humanitarian leaders urge action to end the tragedy in Sudan
Statement by Principals of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee
New International Development Policy promising framework, strategy for children must come next
Final hearing of parliamentary women and children’s rights inquiry to focus on practical solutions
Lebanon: At least 12,000 children displaced in Ein el-Hilweh camp as violence enters its fifth day
Deadly clashes in Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon close schools, put children at risk
Save the Children supports calls for government to establish duty of care to young people on climate 
Greece: Less than one third of unaccompanied children get asylum approved, leaving the rest at risk