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Monday 12 February 2024

From Fear to Hope: Save the Children's Intervention leads from 52% to 98% in School Attendance, Improved Children Mental Health and Transforming Lives After Mudslides

Wednesday 7 February 2024

Breaking Through Misconceptions Yasinta*’s Journey to Embracing Family Planning

Wednesday 22 November 2023

Empowering Girls Through Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH): A Story of Resilience and Dignity

Meet Maryum, a 14-year-old student from Mtemani Primary School in Zanzibar whose dreams of becoming a science teacher were almost shattered by a natural occurrence – menstruation. For Maryum, school days during her period were filled with discomfort, anxiety, and the fear of embarrassment. She would often miss classes, opting for the solace of home where she could relax, wash, and manage her menstruation more comfortably.

Friday 14 July 2023

Save the Children seeks consultants for Baseline survey in Dodoma region.

Save the Children is inviting reputable consultants to conduct Baseline survey for its project in Dodoma region. The project will support activities in the period of July 2023 June 2026 with the overall objectiveTo contribute on improving secure access to nutritious and safe food for agropastoral households in Dodoma Region”.

Thursday 13 July 2023

Save the Children provides emergency response to measles outbreak

On December 5th, 2022 Katavi was hit by a measles outbreak, which has predominantly affected children under the age of 18, accounting for 84% of the total 3,811 suspected measles cases reported in the Tanganyika and Mpimbwe districts. Measles, one of the world’s most contagious viruses, can damage sight, hearing, cause brain inflammation, pneumonia, and subsequent death.

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