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SavetheChildren News 22h
WATCH: 7-year-old Tom tells how he came up with the ideas for his book, ‘The Incredible Journey’, winner of the from . Proceeds will help Save the Children reach children across the world. From 2:53:25
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SavetheChildren News 23h
We’ve teamed up with to launch “The Incredible Journey”, a new book written by 7-year-old Tom Burlison. WATCH: an animated trailer of the book and see how proceeds will help children around the world.
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SavetheChildren News Jun 15
READ: WHO resists pressure to declare a 'global emergency' but warns of deep concern. “International community must step up support and do all it can to stop the disease in its tracks,” says Save the Children's Ian Vale, via in
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SavetheChildren News Jun 15
WATCH: "People used to think was brought by bad spirits". As the first child dies from the disease in following more than 350 in , misinformation and distrust are hampering efforts to tackle the outbreak.
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SavetheChildren News Jun 15
LISTEN: Save the Children's tells that more than 350 children have died in the current outbreak in , and more resources are needed to tackle it. From 14 mins in.
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SavetheChildren News Jun 15
READ: WHO calls for more funds to fight outbreak. “Our teams in the field in the DRC see the devastating effect of the virus on children every day," says Save the Children's Ian Vale. Via in
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Channel 5 News Jun 14
“Sharing information is life-saving”. The Emergency Panel met today after a fresh outbreak of Ebola in Africa. from tells us of the devastating impact the disease can have.
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SavetheChildren News Jun 14
STATEMENT: Even without WHO declaration, cases are “a clear warning that not enough is being done to curb the virus”. Spokespeople available in , Uganda and UK. Contact the press office for details.
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SavetheChildren News Jun 14
READ: Save the Children Uganda's Head of Communications Alun McDonald warns "now is the time to act" to avoid a devastating epidemic
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SavetheChildren News Jun 12
STATEMENT : First child dies of in new outbreak in
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SavetheChildren News Jun 12
READ: outbreak spreads from to as child diagnosed with virus. “Now is the critical time to step up efforts to make sure this one case does not become many," says Save the Children's Brechtje van Lith. Via in
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SavetheChildren News Jun 12
READ: Fears grow as Congo's epidemic spreads to "Tragically, the first confirmed case is that of a very young and vulnerable child", says Save the Children's Brechtje van Lith. Via in
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SavetheChildren News Jun 11
STATEMENT AND SPOKESPEOPLE AVAILABLE: Alarm as first case confirmed in . Save the Children has been working to guard against the disease and says it is critical to step up efforts to make sure this one case does not become many.
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SavetheChildren News Jun 10
STATEMENT AND SPOKESPEOPLE AVAILABLE: ‘Children are already malnourished in Somalia, which is expected to be the country worst affected by the drought. Just one in four children has access to sufficient food'
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Al Jazeera English Jun 9
Hundreds of children in Yemen have been killed and maimed by the Saudi-led coalition - so how can the UN justify leaving Saudi Arabia and the UAE off the "list of shame"? , by
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SavetheChildren News Jun 8
READ: New app designed by & seeks to reunite South Sudan's 'lost children' with families due to the 5 year war
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SavetheChildren News Jun 5
Planned Lebanon demolitions put 15,000 Syrian children at risk of homelessness via
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SavetheChildren News Jun 4
READ: At least 15,000 will be made homeless in if the planned demolition of their homes in goes ahead later this week. Spokespeople available.
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SavetheChildren News Jun 3
READ: 's "Children With Blast Injuries Given Hope By Doctor’s Prosthetics Handbook"
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SavetheChildren News May 31
WATCH: Husam* from was injured fleeing his school when it was shelled last month. 70,000 school-aged are now in need of educational support
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