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Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2015

15 Sep 2016 Child health, Mothers, Poverty Annual Report 2015

We continue to work every day to ensure that no child dies from preventable diseases, and that every last child gets the chance to fulfil their potential. It's tough. And we are often stretched to our limit. But in doing so, it brings out the best in us. In 2015, we reached more than 65,000 children directly and in total almost 80,000 people, through working with partners in communities, schools, Early Childhood Development programmes and municipalities.

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VISION 2020: Every Child Deserves a Chance...

VISION 2020: Every Child Deserves a Chance...

1 Jan 2015 Child health

This document outlines Save the Children South Africa’s strategic ambitions for the period 2015-2020, mindful of the reality that it will take longer than that to reach many of our ultimate goals. At present, we are developing detailed operational plans in each of our programmatic areas to gain further understanding of the context in which we work, the opportunities that exist, and the outcomes we want to achieve.

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Call to Action Newborn Deaths

Call to Action Newborn Deaths

25 Jun 2014 Child health, Mothers Child Health; Maternal Health

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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Financing Learning for Every Last Child

Financing Learning for Every Last Child

18 Apr 2017 Child health, Mothers, Poverty Education

The world is facing a learning crisis. Around 250 million of the world’s 650 million children of primary school age are not learning. The focus on getting children into school came with and under-investment in education quality and inclusion. This briefing sets out solutions to the education financing gap.

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Violence Unwrapped - The Social and Economic Burden of VAC in South Africa

Violence Unwrapped - The Social and Economic Burden of VAC in South Africa

29 Nov 2016 Poverty Violence Against Children

Violence against children is defined as constituting all forms of physical and/ or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment or commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or potential harm to the child’s health, survival, development or dignity in the context of a relationship of responsibility, trust or power. And it's estimated to cost South Africa R238 Billion in 2015.

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Annual Report 2014

Annual Report 2014

27 Sep 2015 Child health, Mothers, Poverty Annual Report

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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Analysis of the Children’s Sector in South Africa

Analysis of the Children’s Sector in South Africa

16 Aug 2015 Child health, Mothers, Poverty Children's Sector

Save the Children South Africa (SCSA) commissioned a mapping of the children’s sector in South Africa as at June 2014 to provide an information platform to inform its strategic reflection and planning process.

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

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

5 May 2015 Child health, Mothers, Poverty State of the World’s Mothers

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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