News and Case Studies

Thursday 9 May 2019

Pneumonia: The forgotten child killer

By Florence Dzame- Communications and Campaigns Manager

At the Lodwar County and Referral Hospital (LCRH) in Northern Kenya, Emanman, 8, and his siblings are receiving treatment in the in-patient ward. It is a hot day and a dusty breeze hits the open window into the ward that they share with other patients. His siblings Achuka, 2, and Alice who is 4 months old have all been diagnosed with pneumonia.

Thursday 21 March 2019

Stop the escalating violence against children

Jane Mbagi Mutua

By Jane Mbagi Mutua

Director, Programme Development and Quality at Save the Children

Thursday 21 March 2019

Wajir tackles measles outbreak as rainy season approaches

 

BY JECONIA OTIENO

Two months ago, 35-year-old Nunai Farit developed a fever coupled with a dry cough and a running nose. Her family thought it was an asthma attack and contacted a community health worker.

Unfortunately, the health worker could not do much and the mother of five died two days later. She was buried at a community cemetery at her rural home in Mau Mau.

Thursday 21 March 2019

Malnutrition: A problem too big to ignore in Turkana

Ms Apuu Nakuruka and her baby sits down outside her mud-walled and grass thatched manyatta. Florence Dzame/Save the Children

BY DELFHIN MUGO

Tuesday 16 October 2018

A Kenyan Father Participates in Kangaroo Mother Care…and Likes it

Written by Nicolle Keogh  | Photography by Peter Caton

William (father) with his wife and their twins Amber Nkirote & Audrey Nkatha. William has successfully helped his wife with KMC and is now the proud father to very healthy twins.

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