Child Participation

Friday 31 May 2024

School girls call for tax exemption on sanitary products so that they can afford them.

Mirfat, 18, of Bright Boma Secondary School, reported on the challenges facing young girls in regard to menstrual health management on the International Day of Menstrual Hygiene Management in Juba. Photo: Estella John/SSave the Children

Wednesday 8 May 2024

Working to develop "Child Policy" to promote the rights and welfare of children in the IGAD region.

Working to develop "Child Policy" to promote the rights and welfare of children in the IGAD region.

                 

Stakeholders in a group photo during the IGAD Child Policy Consultation in Juba. Photo: Tito Justin / Save the Children

Wednesday 6 December 2023

COP28: Two Child Parliamentarians Supported by Save the Children in Dubai.

The 28th Conference of Parties (COP28) is currently taking place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) from the 30th of November to the 12th  of December 2023. The COP28 brings states together to act towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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. 

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