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In the wake of severe flooding across Bangladesh, India, China and Nepal, Save the Children warns that years of development progress could be eroded if education isn’t prioritised during the emergency response.
Intense flooding in South and East Asia has so far affected almost 40 million people since June, including approximately 10 million children, bursting riverbanks, washing away homes and destroying crucial infrastructure.
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Fairfield, Conn. (August 18, 2016) — Save the Children is calling for a 48 hour ceasefire in Aleppo before the end of the week and immediate access for aid convoys to besieged areas, as the situation worsens across Syria.
The average number of refugees and migrants arriving daily in Greece is at its highest since May, causing serious congestion in the camps on the islands and putting children at risk, Save the Children said today.
Arrivals to the islands during the first 14 days of August increased by 144 per cent compared to the first 14 days of July*. The island of Chios has seen one of the largest spikes in arrivals, with the daily average jumping from eight in July to 42 in August.
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We have an excellent opportunity as part of our European Refugee Crisis initiative, for a Cultural Mediator to join the Search and Rescue Maritime small team which will be initially based in Sicily, Italy
Save the Children's global presence is huge. We want to enhance our reputation on an international platform, and work with our global colleagues to ensure our programs are the best they can be: consistent and effective. We need you to oversee our international awards and grants, supporting and training our teams to manage them effectively. Together, we can consolidate and deliver quality programs in Australia and internationally that support the most vulnerable children.
Save the Children is currently recruiting for a M&E Specialist for an upcoming USAID-funded basic education program in Laos. The M&E Specialist will be expected to lead all Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning related to the program including building a MEAL system, strengthen capacity of team members to measure program outputs and outcomes, including assessment of student learning, and oversee all evaluation activities and ensure learning from program is incorporated into program implementation.
Save the Children is seeking to recruit an experienced Economic Strengthening/Livelihoods Specialist for an anticipated USAID project that will provide comprehensive support to orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) in select counties within Kenya.
The Humanitarian Leadership Programme (Graduate Certificate of Humanitarian Leadership) is a uniquely intensive and challenging leadership programme designed for humanitarians.
The HLP is a comprehensive eight-month programme designed by an expert group of humanitarians, academics, and leadership development specialists to transform the leadership offered by humanitarians and their organisations. Applications are now open for the November 2016 intake.
This 10 day residential training programme for health professionals is focused on the analysis of health systems of countries affected by, or recovering from, protracted crises. It is organised jointly with the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Save the Children and the World Health Organisation (WHO).