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Tuesday 19 June 2018

Not Educated, but Can Treat Childhood Illnesses

Save the Children trains hundreds of women who cannot read and write to treat childhood illnesses and malnutrition

Mother Lochin took her 2-year-old son Lokale* to a Save the Children-trained community health worker and has made a full recovery. Martin Kharumwa / Save the Children

Wednesday 13 June 2018

She’s Happily Reunited but Still Needs Help

12 year old Joy* was successfully reunited with her family. She still faces huge challenges to completing her education and maintaining her health.

Joy* plays with her younger sister Sarah* at home in Mayom two days after reunification. Photo; Tito Justin/Save the Children

Monday 5 March 2018

$140 Cash Saves Lives and Prevents Split of Sightless Man’s Family in Peak Hunger Season

Save the Children “Cash Plus” interventions saves Wol Deng Kuol, a visually impaired man’s family. With the small cash injection, he is now able to pay school fees, take his children to hospital and buy food.

Monday 5 March 2018

Refugee Youth Find a Fresh Start in Maban

Adolescent girls, boys and teenage mothers make clothes at Maban refugee settlement in Northern Upper Nile to earn living

Friday 26 January 2018

South Sudan’s Starving Children Turn to Beggars

Blog by | Tito Justin | January, 2018

"The only item that is in abundance is Ekamongo, small, bitter, wild green that are boiled, mashed and have to be mixed with oil and salt, it's - the only option for starving children in greater Kapoeta, South Sudan.

 Louis Leeson/Save the Children

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