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Following a night of violence in Gaza and Israel, Save the Children is calling for an immediate end to the hostilities on both sides, to prevent any further suffering of children and their families. Our Senior Programme Officer and spokesperson, Maher Abdullah, has shared his family’s experience overnight in Gaza.
A record-breaking 68.5 million individuals worldwide have been displaced from their homes as a result of persecution, conflict, or violence. Over 50% are children. When a displacement crisis occurs, aid agencies are equipped to mobilise massive resources in a very short period of time, but the response is often reactive. With the rise in predictive analytics, a new paradigm in humanitarian and development planning becomes possible. Predictive analytics allows agencies to anticipate the onset of a crisis and understand how that crisis will unfold over time.
Save the Children is warning of potential large-scale damage and loss of life among Rohingya refugees this cyclone season as they continue to languish in makeshift camps in southern Bangladesh.
The warning comes as the world marks 48 years since the deadliest cyclone on record ripped through the Bay of Bengal, killing more than 500,000 people with winds of up to 240 km/h. Currently, only five percent of Rohingya shelters can resist winds up to 80km/h, with the remaining 95 percent only able to withstand lower wind speeds.
Pneumonia is on course to kill nearly 11 million children by 2030, new analysis conducted by Johns Hopkins University and Save the Children reveals.
The in-depth modelling, released on World Pneumonia Day, also shows that more than four million of these deaths – more than a third – could be easily averted with concerted action to improve rates of vaccination, treatment and nutrition.
Without action, the aid organisation’s forecasts show Nigeria, India, Pakistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are likely to bear the highest burden of deaths.
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As our proactive, organised and confident Programme Development & Quality Coordinator you will provide comprehensive administrative support to our Programme Development & Quality team within our UK Programmes department within Save the Children UK.
TITLE: MEAL Manager
REPORTS TO:PDQ Director/Team Leader
LOCATION: Colombia – Bogotá, with travel to Guajira and Arauca
TITULO DEL PUESTO: Asistente de Monitoreo y Evaluación
EQUIPO/PROGRAMA: Emergencia Crisis de Venezuela
UBICACION: Guajira, Colombia
Tipo de Contrato: Laboral a término fijo
Nivel 2 – El titular del puesto tendrá acceso a los datos personales de niños y niñas como parte de su trabajo; por esta razón será un requisito la verificación policial.
PERFIL DE LA ORGANIZACIÓN:
The Head of Research & Evaluation, Asia, will be the senior lead in generating evidence that will demonstrate the impact of SCI’s work on children’s lives in Asia Region (Outcomes for Children) and support the PQIE Director to create linkages for the use of that evidence for Innovative Programme and Policy work. She/he will also help strengthen country office’s research and evaluation capability and support their ability to advance analytical work on quality child rights programming.
Lessons Learned – Remote Partnership Management Modality
Develop an overview of the operational modalities, tools, and standard operating procedures (SOPs) developed by the south and central team, and key lessons learned on remote partnership management. The review should summarize the experience of the south and central team, highlighting best practices going forward, and key areas of importance/concern for remote management that need further discussion.
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).
This 2 weeks 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).