Child Participation

Monday 13 November 2023

From School Gardens to Trenches: How Save the Children Anticipatory Action Project Responds to Flash Floods in Maban.

Maban, South Sudan – In South Sudan, floods are a chronic and acute problem during rainy season. Historically, flooding in Maban happens every year at different intensities, often submerging villages and destroying shelters, WASH facilities, education activities, roads, and airstrips. The floods in Maban are caused mainly by heavy rains from the neighboring Ethiopian highlands. On average, two days after it rains in Ethiopian highlands, the floods into Maban.

Thursday 9 November 2023

South Sudan: Children call for Education Stakeholders to Improve the Quality of Learning.

Juba, South Sudan - In a remarkable child-led parliamentary session organized by Save the Children on factors affecting education excellence in South Sudan, children call for their rights to access quality education in South Sudan. 

Wednesday 14 September 2022


The story of Ayen, 15, who is encouraged to remain in school and avoid child marriage through Save the Children Child Friendly Space (CFS)

Thursday 14 April 2022

Government and Save the Children launch “Action Plan” to promote child rights.

April 14, 2022 - Juba, South Sudan: The Ministry of Gender, Child and Social Welfare in partnership with Save the Children launched the National Plan of Action for Children (NPAC) to pave way for accountability, and fulfilment of children’s rights in South Sudan. 

Tuesday 22 March 2022

TeamUp partners share notes to help children overcome effects of conflicts

TeamUp supports mental wellness of children through localized games, activities and creating awareness among parents and communities in order to build resiliency among children.