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No one in Yemen has survived the past seven years unscathed. Not a single person in the country has not suffered a loss. Children have seen their friends, parents, and teachers killed. They have witnessed the repeated attacks on their schools and...

This briefing note highlights the immediate and long-term devastating impact of attacks on education on the millions of children, teachers and schools that are affected by the brutal seven-year conflict in Yemen. It also aimed at ensuring that th...

This briefing sets out the extensive education needs in Yemen after more than six years of conflict and resulting impact on infrastructure, teachers, protection, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights Save the Children’s...

In 2017 Save the Children conducted a participatory study with 571 adolescent girls and boys, caregivers and community members in Iraq, Egypt, Jordan and Yemen. We wanted to hear directly from adolescents how conflict affects their lives, what...

A Mapping of National Child Protection Systems

2007 - Cambodia, China, Costa Rica ...

This summary report provides a concise overview of the current status of national child protection systems in countries where Save the Children is operating, and has been written as an input to the Global Workshop in Costa Rica on ‘Right Based...

The humanitarian situation in Yemen has deteriorated month on month since the current armed conflict escalated in March 2015. Today 21.2 million people (or 82% of the population) are in need of humanitarian assistance, including nearly 10 million...

Killed and Maimed: A generation of violations against children

2020 - Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Cameroon ...

Millions of children are living in conflict. Hundreds of thousands of children have experienced grave violations of their rights – a quarter of a million violations against children have now been verified by the UN. Of these, more than 40% have...

Over the past five years, the war in Yemen has had a devastating impact on the children in Yemen, including on their mental health. Save the Children interviewed over 1,250 children, parents and other adult caregivers across three governorates in...