USAID Food by Prescription activity culminates five years of achievements
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Princess Anne President of Save the Children UK has visited Save the Children's programs in Ethiopia.
Save the Children, Members of the House of Peoples’ Representatives and Somali Region Officials marked the 500 Days left to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) targets
Save the Children provided twelve well equipped ambulances to the Somali Regional Health Bureau.
Literacy Boost (LB) is Save the Children’s innovative basic education strategy designed to respond to the alarming global learning crisis call that more than a third of all primary-school age children around the world (or 250 million 5-to-12-year-olds) cannot read or write, whether they are in school or not despite the fact that more children were enrolled in school today than ever before.
Ethiopia top country in Africa in reducing maternal deaths: Ethiopia leads the way in Africa in tackling maternal deaths, Save the Children says in its annual 15th State of the World’s Mothers Report.
Nyamuoch Koang, 17 years old has become head of seven of her siblings due to the fight that had broken out in their country of origin of South Sudan in December, 2013. She was separated from her mother and uncle and fled with her brothers and sisters. After 11 days of long walk, she entered to Ethiopia through Burbeiy. They currently reside in Letichor refugee camp in Gambella region.