Humanitarian

Friday 15 November 2019

South Sudan: More than 200,000 children forced to flee their homes following flooding

Families already facing extreme malnutrition now taking refuge in displaced to temporary shelters

Monday 11 November 2019

Pneumonia is killing one child every hour in South Sudan

Pneumonia claimed the lives of 7,640 children under the age of five in South Sudan last year, or one child every hour, according to a new UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality analysis.

Monday 19 August 2019

I’m here to serve. I put every last child first despite hard times.

Abyei, South Sudan - There is an excitement around “firsts” that to me, borders on hysteria. Parents in particular wait, watch and use all kinds of technology to capture their child’s “firsts” – their baby’s first word, first smile, first steps, first day in school….

Most firsts relate to something positive, but are they all? Sometimes, it can be our first fall that helps us to learn - which bring me to a recent experience as part of my work with Save the Children in South Sudan.

Friday 16 August 2019

Women saving lives of children in hard to reach areas

Kapoeta, South Sudan - Women humanitarians in South Sudan are not only the frontline workers putting their lives on the line to save others but doing whatever it takes to reach the ‘hard to reach areas.

Nachai, 32, Save the Children volunteer who screens U5 children and educates mothers/Tito Justin

Wednesday 17 April 2019

6,000 children reunited with families after years of separation in South Sudan

JUBA 17.04.2019 - Save the Children, UNICEF and partners have successfully reunited 6,000 children with their families after years of separation due to conflict. This is a milestone for the Family Tracing and Reunification (FTR) programme in South Sudan since the first reunification of 420 children in 2014.

 Tito Justin/Save the Children

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