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This workshop was held for three main purposes: to engage the different Save the Children (SC) members in their understanding of Child Rights Governance (CRG) and integration of CRG in the other sectors (health, education, hunger reduction,...

Child survival and HIV. Policy Brief

2010 - Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique ...

HIV-related illnesses are a major cause of children dying, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, and are an obstacle to the international development goal to cut child mortality by two-thirds by 2015. International donors and national governments...

The East and Central Africa Regional Workshop on law reform to prohibit all corporal punishment, held on the 26th to 28th of May 2009 in Nairobi brought together many participants from Save the Children Sweden program staff, partners from Civil...

A Child Rights Situational Analysis (CRSA) for the Eastern and Central Africa Region commissioned by Save the Children Sweden in early 2008,  focusing on six countries:Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Northern and Southern Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.  It...

Save the Children Canada, Save the Children Finland and Save the Children Sweden commissioned a study on the situational analysis of children’s rights in Kenya in 2006. The overall objective was to produce an authoritative and comprehensive...

This publication is intended primarily for a field-based practitioner working to improve the system for the administration of juvenile justice in any country. The purpose of the publication is to provide practitioners with concrete guidance on...

Juvenile justice has been one of the major intervention areas for Save the Children Sweden (SCS) in the Eastern and Central Africa Region and is part of a regional SCS initiative. The document presents the evaluation carried out to assess the...

The Right Not to Lose Hope addresses the issues facing children who are in conflict with the law. Part 1 analyses the experiences and situation of these marginalised children. Rather than focusing solely on children in the justice system, it...

Quality child care indicators: East and Central Africa

2004 - Kenya, Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia ...

This document provides a set of basic indicators for quality childcare. If implemented, children in non-family care settings will gain a more positive experience of childhood and be supported in building resiliency as a foundation for the future...

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