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Save The Children Says Failure To Extend Pause Is A Death Sentence For Children As Bombardment Of Gaza Resumes

Saturday, 2 December 2023, 3:01 pm | Save The Children

The failure to extend the military pause is a death sentence for children in Gaza, with children already reported injured following return to fighting, said Save the Children. Following two extensions of the pause which led to the release of 110 hostages ... More >>

"Listen To Us": What Children Want From COP28

Thursday, 30 November 2023, 10:58 am | Save The Children

Children across the world are demanding better access to climate education, more funding for climate-resilient infrastructure and a seat at the table with their voices heard as their governments head to COP28 this week, Save the Children said. The requests ... More >>

GAZA: Repeated Diplomatic Failures Continue To Cost Thousands Of Children’s Lives

Wednesday, 29 November 2023, 10:43 am | Save The Children

The international community’s failure to agree on a ceasefire is costing thousands of lives, says Save the Children, as the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) prepares to meet tomorrow to discuss the escalation of violence in the occupied Palestinian ... More >>

COP28: Number Of Children Facing Hunger Due To Weather Extremes More Than Doubles In 2022

Wednesday, 29 November 2023, 10:28 am | Save The Children

More than 27 million children were driven into hunger and malnutrition by extreme weather events in countries heavily impacted by the climate crisis in 2022, which was a 135% jump from the previous year, according to a new data analysis by Save ... More >>

GAZA: Extension Of Humanitarian Pause Another Step In The Right Direction But Still Falls Far Short

Tuesday, 28 November 2023, 10:40 am | Save The Children

The agreed extension of the four-day pause in fighting by two days is welcome news but children in Gaza won’t be safe until a lasting ceasefire is agreed. Children held hostage must also be released, says Save the Children. The fragile pause has ... More >>

Save The Children Condemns Exploitation Of Children For Geopolitical End As Child Hostages And Detainees Released

Monday, 27 November 2023, 12:05 pm | Save The Children

Save the Children has welcomed the release of some Israeli children held hostage in Gaza and some Palestinian children held in Israeli military detention but reiterated a call for all remaining hostages to be released unconditionally, for more to be ... More >>

Save The Children Welcomes Temporary Truce And Hostage Release But Warns Children Won’t Be Safe Without A Ceasefire

Thursday, 23 November 2023, 8:41 am | Save The Children

Save the Children International CEO Inger Ashing said today the temporary truce and release of hostages was welcomed but it was critical to have a lasting ceasefire for the sake of all children: "We welcome reports that an agreement has been ... More >>

Horn Of Africa: Over 100 Killed And 700,000 Displaced By El Nino Rains As Region Braces For More Wild Weather

Friday, 17 November 2023, 10:34 am | Save The Children

Devastating flash floods have killed at least 111 people, including 16 children, across the Horn of Africa in recent weeks, with more than 770,000 people displaced and rains showing no signs of slowing down, said Save the Children. Unrelenting rainfall ... More >>

BORN INTO WAR: About 15,000 Babies Expected To Be Born Into Crisis In Gaza By End Of 2023

Wednesday, 15 November 2023, 10:19 am | Save The Children

About 15,000 babies are expected to be born in Gaza between 7 October and the end of 2023 with all of them at grave risk amid escalating violence and with medical care, water and food at crisis levels, Save the Children said. This projection by ... More >>

Fuel Has Run Out, Stalling Humanitarian Operations In Gaza, Warn Aid Agencies

Tuesday, 14 November 2023, 2:38 pm | Save The Children

Aid agencies operating in Gaza issued an urgent warning on Monday that fuel reserves critical for aid operations have run out, bringing the limited assistance delivered in Gaza in recent weeks to a complete halt. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency ... More >>

People sheltering in Gaza schools, hospitals must be protected, says Save the Children, after 4 hospitals hit in a day

Saturday, 11 November 2023, 7:51 pm | Save The Children

Attacks on hospitals and schools in Gaza where the UN says nearly one million civilians are sheltering must stop, Save the Children said on Friday following the bombardment of Gaza’s biggest hospital complex and three other hospitals. Hospitals and health ... More >>

Children’s Mental Health In Gaza Pushed Beyond Breaking Point After Nearly A Month Of Siege And Bombardment

Wednesday, 8 November 2023, 6:06 pm | Save The Children

A month of relentless bombardment of densely populated civilian areas has exacerbated the already-critical mental health crisis for Gaza’s children with far-reaching consequences, as coping strategies and safe spaces are ripped away and mental health ... More >>

Nepal Earthquake Kills More Than 80 Children With Another 5,000 Left Homeless In Freezing Conditions

Tuesday, 7 November 2023, 10:05 am | Save The Children

More than 80 children were killed in an earthquake in remote northwestern Nepal at the weekend - over half of total fatalities - with an estimated 5,000 forced from their homes and sleeping in freezing conditions at risk of pneumonia, Save the Children ... More >>

NEPAL: Children Exposed To Freezing Temperatures And Snow As Earthquake Kills Hundreds

Sunday, 5 November 2023, 2:41 pm | Save The Children

A 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Jajarkot and Rukum West districts in Nepal has killed at least 157 people and injured 166, Save the Children said. Heather Campbell, Save the Children Country Director for Nepal and Bhutan said: " The situation in ... More >>

At Least 41 Children Killed In West Bank As Violence Spikes

Sunday, 5 November 2023, 2:38 pm | Save The Children

At least 41 children have been killed in the West Bank since the escalation of violence that started on 7 October, while thousands of children's lives continue to be cut short by ongoing bombardment of Gaza, Save the Children said. According to the Ministry ... More >>

Save The Children's Staff Testimonies From Gaza

Saturday, 4 November 2023, 4:38 pm | Save The Children

Hasan-, a father of four and Save the Children staff member, is sheltering with his family in a facility hosting over 20,000 people. He continues to assist other affected civilians despite the ongoing situation. (Nov 1) What does it mean to be ... More >>

‘Children Are Returning With Nothing’: Thousands Of Afghan Families Leave Pakistan To Avoid Potential Deportation

Friday, 3 November 2023, 10:54 am | Save The Children

Hundreds of Afghan children are crossing into Afghanistan from Pakistan every day with nowhere to live and no money for food after Pakistan announced that all undocumented foreigners must leave the country voluntarily by 1 November or face deportation, ... More >>

Gaza: 3,195 Children Killed In Three Weeks Surpasses Annual Number Of Children Killed In Conflict Zones Since 2019

Monday, 30 October 2023, 9:51 am | Save The Children

The number of children reported killed in Gaza in just three weeks has surpassed the annual number of children killed across the world's conflict zones since 2019, Save the Children said. Since October 7, more than 3,257 children have been reported ... More >>

‘Expanded Ground Operation’ In Gaza Puts Even More Children’s Lives On The Line - Save The Children

Saturday, 28 October 2023, 1:59 pm | Save The Children

Children are at heightened risk of loss of life, physical harm, severe emotional distress, and protracted displacement following the announced "expanded ground operations" by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip, said Save the Children. Children ... More >>

‘It’s Just How Life Is Here’: Children In Vanuatu Devastated By Early Return Of Cyclone Season

Friday, 27 October 2023, 8:36 pm | Save The Children

Category Five Tropical Cyclone Lola in Vanuatu has claimed at least two lives and caused widespread, severe damage to hundreds of homes, schools and food gardens in a country still reeling from the category four twin cyclones that devastated the ... More >>





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