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SERD II is envisioned to contribute to voluntary repatriation of refugees and provide access to quality education and training in the Daadab Camps. The project targets: children, ALP learners, youth, primary school teacher trainees, children with...

An operational learning paper capturing experience across five countries deploying a mobile health application to manage acute malnutrition, pre COVID 19 – Save the Children in collaboration with World Vision. 

In Kenya, as in many African countries, the healthcare landscape is made up of both public and private health care providers (PHCPs). Often, it is where clients – including those who live in informal settlements- first seek care. This care is...

In 2014, the New York Working Group on Children without Parental Care and the Special Representative for the Secretary General (SRSG) on Violence Against Children (VAC) collaborated to initiate a series of regional expert consultations on...

Beginning in 2015, Children Lead the Way launched a Photovoice project titled Gender in Focus in two implementing countries, Bolivia and Kenya. Photovoice is a powerful participatory tool because it enables participants to share how they see the...

The purpose of this study is to provide an updated overview of children and youth as specific (albeit non-homogenous) groups in mixed migration flows within, through and from the Horn of Africa. The report does not purport to be exhaustive, but...

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have been implementing development interventions in the African region for many decades. The effectiveness and sustainability of such interventions are questionable as Africa is still lagging behind other...

Kenya aspires to become a prosperous nation with a high quality of lives, this commitment is even inscribed in their constitution. Nonetheless, many Kenyans still struggle with inequalities that deny their right to reach their full potential....

The Support to Education for Refugees in Dadaab (SERD) contributes to Save the Children’s global education strategy – “All children learn from a quality basic education” and was implemented between December 2012 and December 2015. The specific...

The Desert Flower

2016 - Kenya

Save the Children has been working in the Dadaab refugee camp, Kenya, to protect the well-being of children, especially those categorized as vulnerable. As populations streamed into the camps, Save the Children set up safe spaces to address the...