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  • Anchored in Local Reality: Case Studies on Local Humanitarian Action from Haiti, Colombia, and Iraq

    Critiques of international humanitarian action have suggested that it needs to be more inclusive of actors from crisis-affected countries. Increased attention to this issue has led to a set of agendas often referred to as the localization of humanitarian ...

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  • Knowledge Matters: Twenty years of child survival programs in Concern

    Concern’s first Child Survival program was initiated in Bangladesh in 1998. Today, the program has been active for 20 years and is present in seven countries across the world. During these years, the program has strengthened not only communities but ...

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  • Experiences on Child Rights Governance (CRG) in Latin America and the Caribbean 2017-2018

    In Latin America and the Caribbean, as in other regions of the world, Save the Children and a broad spectrum of partners have developed different experiences about how governance can be organized in such a way that it promotes, respects and fulfills ...

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  • Measuring Separation in Emergencies: Haiti following Hurricane Matthew

    The Measuring Separation in Emergencies (MSiE) project is an interagency initiative funded by the USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) and is coordinated by Save the Children in partnership with Columbia University. The overall aim of the ...

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  • Istwa Terèz ak Toni

    “Terez ak Toni” is a flipchart material for teachers to use for hygiene education in Haitian Creole. It contains a story about a girl, “Terez”, who eats without washing her hands and becomes very ill because a bad microbe gets into her stomach. ...

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