Working to ensure the protection, safety, education & health of all children.
Save the Children aim to ensure that all children, regardless of gender, race, country of origin or religious belief have the means for survival, receive protection and have access to nutrition, primary health care and basic education.
Guided by this vision, and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Save the Children work towards:
By providing health, education, protection and support services, Save the Children give a powerful voice to children and champions their rights.
Children in Ukraine have had their education significantly disrupted by ongoing conflict. Save the Children is working to ensure all Ukrainian children can realise their human right to gain foundational literacy and numeracy skills through their Library for All program.
This project will address the digital divide facing young people in disadvantaged communities in regional NSW. Locally-run Digital Excellence Hubs deliver digital training and support services to support educational and employment pathways.
This project aims to support newly arrived humanitarian families and help them settle into their new life in Australia, with a focus on supporting multicultural playgroups for children from migrant backgrounds to prepare them for school.
To help disadvantaged youth in New Zealand to build important skills, such as self-confidence, personal management and resilience, that can help them stay in education longer to gain qualifications, and assist them to engage and contribute positively with their communities.
This project will train Village Health Workers in remote locations on using a new mobile phone/SMS tool to assist them in planning and delivery of community health education activities, and the ordering and supply of basic, essential medicines for communities.
Informal mentoring and training activities for young Indigenous people aged 10-18 in Kununurra and surrounding communities that focuses on increasing young people’s motivation and ability to make positive life choices, through a range of activities in order to improve long-term health outcomes.