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This brief shares insights and findings from qualitative research conducted in Nairobi, Kenya using the Social Norms Exploration Tool (developed by the Passages Project) to explore root causes of provider bias in contraceptive services to...

COVID-19 is having a significant impact on already vulnerable communities in Turkana, Mandera and Wajir counties who are still suffering from consecutive climate-related disasters including drought, floods, and the recent locust invasion. It is...

The Kenya Ministry of Health increased testing capacity has led to 11,673 total confirmed COVID-19 cases. Total fatalities to date stand at 217. About 95,000 people across the country have been displaced by floods and landslides according to OCHA...

By 2035, the number of young people joining the working age population is projected to reach 1.5 billion globally, and yet, youth unemployment is already an acute challenge across low and middle-income countries. Through its Adolescent Skills for...

Kenya reported the first coronavirus case March 13th and since then the numbers have continued to increase mainly in the capital and the coastal towns of Mombasa and Kilifi, as well as in other parts of the country. The effects of the virus on...

This publication highlights our program activities from January to August 2020: such as door to door immunization supporting declining vaccination rates amid COVID-19 pandemic, Community Health Volunteers extending services to children living...

Pneumonia is the world’s leading infectious killer of children, claiming the lives of more than 800,000 children under the age of five every year, more than 2,000 every day. It is a shocking demonstration of pervasive health inequities...

This brief summarizes research on the localization of humanitarian action in several different contexts—Indonesia following the 2018 earthquake in Sulawesi, and the Horn of Africa, specifically humanitarian situations in Kenya, Somalia, and South...

Save the Children has embraced the Child Rights Programming (CRP) approach to plan, implement and monitor programmes with the overall goal of improving the position of children so that all boys and girls can fully enjoy their rights and can live...

Children and adolescents account for 58.4% of Dadaab population, 42.6% of whom are school-aged children between 5 and 17 years (UNHCR, November 2019).  An estimated 62,610 refugee children are enrolled in school in Dadaab camps. Despite...

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