News and Case Studies

Wednesday 4 April 2018

Disability Inclusion for Every Last Child...Jacinta's Story

Jacinta during the visit by Save the Children staff

Jacinta was born with polio, meaning her legs did not develop properly. She was four years old when her father threw her our of the family home. Abandoned because of her disability, Jacinta was taken in by a Pastor and his wife, who made sure Jacinta went to school. 

Wednesday 28 March 2018

Empowering health workers to save lives…Baby Farhiya’s story

Baby Farhiya with her mother

The current drought affecting counties across Kenya is getting worse and children like Farhiya have not been spared. Farhiya and her family live in Lagbogol settlement in Wajir County, northern Kenya. The residents rely on Lagbogol dispensary for all their medical needs as it is the only health facility in the area

Wednesday 28 March 2018

Helping Children Survive the Deadly Impact Of Drought

Monday 19 March 2018

Fatuma – Trained tailor…now a trainer

By Caroline Kwamboka and James Kabau

Fatuma sewing at her shop in Mandera

Thursday 18 January 2018

It is back to school for Jama…

By Patrick Wekesa

Children learning at a school in Dadaab

Dadaab is a semi - arid town in Garissa County, located approximately 100 kilometres from the Kenya – Somalia border.  Most of the refugees living in Dadaab have fled from various forms of conflicts in their countries with approximately 90% of the entire population fleeing from civil war in Southern Somalia.  

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