Check out a few ways that Congress should invest in kids in 2018.
Wow, what a year! Thanks to our donors, activists, Student Ambassadors and volunteer leaders, we were able to accomplish a great deal for children in the U.S. and around the world in 2017. This year alone, staff, volunteers and students …
We can help reach more people and improve maternal and child health in Ethiopia and other priority countries, by supporting the Reach Every Mother and Child Act.
Nicaragua is the poorest country in Central America. Fortunately, Save the Children is working there to help end preventable deaths of mothers and kids.
As a member of Save the Children’s newborn health team, I went to Malawi for the first time in 2013 to support my colleagues in developing plans to lower Malawi’s high newborn death rate. I left feeling overwhelmed. We had …
With Halloween right around the corner, many kids are gearing up to get spooked by goblins, witches and vampires. However, for some children around the world, everyday reality is far scarier. In the past 25 years, we’ve made significant progress …
We know what works to save these vulnerable lives. That’s why we must ensure Congress supports the Reach Act!
Through advocacy and perseverance, we can make sure that the world’s most marginalized children are not left behind or forgotten by our country’s legislators.
According to a new Save the Children report, refugee children are five times more likely to be out of school than non-refugee children.
Now more than ever, America’s leadership is needed abroad. We know what works to save lives.