Save the Children builds and delivers projects that involve the whole community to transform children’s lives for the better.
We work hard to create long-term change for children across the Asia Pacific region.
Samreen is 10 years old and lives in a brothel. Without your help she will probably become a sex worker, like her mother.
Despite its natural beauty, straddling the foothills of the Himalayas, this remote area of Nepal is a hard and desperate place to live.
Our project in Mindanao in the southern region of the Philippines is empowering primary-aged children to know what to do when an emergency hits.
In the remote Koh Kong region of Cambodia, the slow onset of climate change is wreaking havoc with one coastal community.
Thailand is home to a number of unaccompanied, neglected and trafficked children who are seeking refuge from poverty and persecution in neighbouring countries.
Unpredictable and extreme weather is becoming more frequent in Fiji, threatening the lives and livelihoods of children and their families.
The poverty that dominates this isolated corner of Indonesia is so extreme that almost half of the children suffer from malnutrition.