Thursday 3 November 2016

Thousands of children out of school in wake of Hurricane Matthew

Up to 130,000 vulnerable children nationwide are estimated to be out of school following the catastrophic effects of Hurricane Matthew.

Wednesday 2 November 2016

Potential cholera catastrophe in Haiti threatens thousands of children, warns Save the Children

As the death toll in Haiti from Hurricane Mathew continues to mount by the hour, Save the Children has joined the ministry of health, other major humanitarian aid organizations and UN agencies in calling for an expedited response to the disaster, including providing immediate relief supplies to head off a catastrophic outbreak of cholera.

Wednesday 26 October 2016

Hurricane Matthew response

“Our first priority is to ensure that the thousands of children and families who have been badly affected are given the immediate assistance needed,” said Kevin Novotny, Save the Children’s Country Director in Haiti. “This includes keeping children safe and getting them back into school as soon as possible.”

Wednesday 14 January 2015


The psychological legacy that many young earthquake survivors are still struggling to live with is less easy to see with the naked eye.

Tuesday 18 June 2013

Creole and French literacy

The Jacmel Field Office will join our Lekti se Lavni/Lire c’est L’avenir program, an innovative Creole and French literacy program that is founded on the principle that children are able to develop reading skills more easily and quickly in their native language.