Monday 30 May 2022

Save the Children’s Action to Combat Climate Change

Climate change is expected to worsen in the coming decades; and the Southern Africa region is among the most affected in the world, making it one of the global climate change hotspots.  An increase in both frequency and intensity of extreme events, mainly droughts, cyclones and floods, is anticipated. These changes pose serious hazards to children, particularly those who are most deprived and marginalized.

Wednesday 25 May 2022

Building a Safe Space for Adolescents and Youths in Refugee Camps: Kezimana’s Story

Thursday 2 December 2021

Save the Children Welcomes the Government Decision to Overturn Education ban for Adolescent Mothers

01 NOVEMBER, 2021: DAR ES SALAAM. Save the Children welcomes and applauds the United Republic of Tanzania’s decision to overturn the education ban for adolescent girls who fall pregnant while at school. This decision has come at a time when inclusive and equitable quality education is needed for both girls and boys.

Monday 1 November 2021

Save the Children’s Digitisation Drive: Meet Robert Kadikilo, our first T4D Specialist


February 2021, Robert Kadikilo joined Save the Children Tanzania to take on the ambitious Technology for Development (T4D) role as the first ever specialist focusing on driving digital transformation.

Monday 1 November 2021

Improving Access to Safe Learning Environment for Children, particularly girls in Zanzibar