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VISION 2020: Every Child Deserves a Chance... (April 2015)

4 Oct 2016

Globally, Save the Children endeavours to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate, lasting change in their lives.

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Father's Matter (June 2014)

4 Oct 2016

Involved fathers change the lives of children

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State of the World’s Mothers 2015: The Urban Disadvantage (May 2015)

4 Oct 2016

In much of the world, more children than ever before are living to see their fifth birthday. Today, around 17,000 fewer children die every day compared to 25 years ago (1990), and the global under-5 mortality rate has been cut nearly in half, from 90 to 46 deaths per 1,000 live births.

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State of the Worlds Mothers - Infographic (May 2013)

4 Oct 2016

More than 1 million babies die on the first day of life – making it the most dangerous day for babies in nearly every country, rich and poor alike.

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Ending Newborn Deaths (May 2014)

4 Oct 2016

The world has made remarkable progress in the fight to end child mortality in recent years. Since 1990, we have almost halved the number of children who die every year before the age of five – from 12.6 million to 6.6 million.

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Call to Action Newborn Deaths (June 2015)

4 Oct 2016

Achieving Every Newborn targets through improving care around the time of birth could have a phenomenal impact with a triple return on investment – preventing maternal deaths, newborn deaths and stillbirths.

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State of the World's Mothers 2014 (May 2014)

4 Oct 2016

Each day, an estimated 800 mothers and 18,000 young children die from largely preventable causes.

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Annual Report 2014

4 Oct 2016

By just about any measure and standard 2014 was a tough year for children around the world. Innocent children were caught in the crossfire of conflict in places like Syria and iraq. they struggled to survive as newborn babies in Nigeria. children entered school ill prepared to learn and succeed in Brazil. they left home and crossed borders to seek protection from violence in the united States and across Europe. and they felt the fear and loss of Ebola throughout parts of West Africa.

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