Child Protection

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.

Wednesday 18 October 2023

South Sudan: Save the Children Reunites 7,000th Child Separated from Family by Conflict

Simon*, 13, with his brother Samuel* in South Sudan. Save the Children helped reunited the brothers in August 2023. More content available here

Thursday 18 May 2023

Access to Safe Learning and Retention Increase School Enrolment in South Sudan

Kapoeta, South Sudan - Bishop Sisto Mazzoldi,  a faith-based primary school in Kapoeta South, Eastern Equatoria State, South Sudan is one of the five schools supported by Save the Children through funding from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).

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)

Friday 10 June 2022

IDPS in Bor Find Hope to Start a New Life After Displacement by Floods

Abut, 40, and her grandchildren at home in Bor, South Sudan IDP camp. She is among 2400 IDPs supported by Save the Children to start a new life after displacement by floods in 2020. Photo: Daniel Danis/Save the Children.