Reports on our progress for children

Smiling mothers outside Save the Children supported health clinic in Rajasthan, India

Save the Children frequently produces resources that help us spread the word about our work and current issues affecting children.

Our extensive field experience and investment in research make it possible for us to produce publications – Annual Reports, thematic reports, submissions – that bring key issues affecting children to the attention of governments, the media and the community.

Annual Reports

Save the Children’s Annual Report showcases the year’s highlights and helps us report back to donors and supporters about the progress we’ve made thanks to their generous support. Read our latest Annual Report.

State of the World’s Mothers

Published annually to coincide with Mother’s Day, our State of the World’s Mothers report compares 176 countries globally, showing which are succeeding – and which are failing – in saving the lives of mothers and their babies. The report looks at factors such as mother’s health, education and economic status, as well as critical child indicators such as health and nutrition. Read our 2014 State of the World’s Mother’s report.

E-Newsletter

Full of stories from our programs in Australia and around the world, our monthly E-Newsletter updates supporters about our recent achievements. Not only a low cost way to stay in touch and get the latest news, it’s also a great way for us let you know about upcoming opportunities to help us create better lives for children. Sign up today!

Recent publications

From topics about the importance of breastfeeding to heart-wrenching stories from children who’ve fled conflict in Syria, we regularly produce reports based on our work in health, education, child protection and humanitarian crises.  Read our recent publications and meet our team of experts.

Policy papers and submissions

With years of practical experience and expertise delivering programs, Save the Children has strong positions and recommendations for supporting children and young people in Australia and around the world. Read our recent submissions, and policy papers.