In Ethiopia, we've been working with local health providers to build better access to healthcare for mothers and young children, and reduce harmful practices like child marriage. In Papua New Guinea, we worked with at-risk communities to provide sexual and reproductive health information and connect individuals to vital health services.
Emergency Health Unit
Save the Children have a dedicated Emergency Health Unit for the Asia-Pacific Region. This has transformed the way we deliver frontline emergency healthcare and medical assistance to children and their families in a crisis.
Rabiou’s road to recovery
Since 2005, Save the Children has been working in Niger, providing support for malnourished children and pregnant women. Our teams are promoting good nutrition practices for children under five and we’ve trained more than 1000 community volunteers, equipping them with the knowledge and tools to run community outreach, malnutrition prevention and identification work.
These programs are only possible because of supporters like you. And they are giving children like Rabiou a fighting chance to grow up healthy and strong.