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Save the Children is launching a new search-and-rescue effort in the Mediterranean. The vessel will be operational from September with the aim of saving lives at sea, with facilities to rescue and accommodate approximately 300 people at a time.


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Ronny's reason to smile

Ronny* is only three years old, but he’s already been through a lot – an unstable
home life, family violence and sleeping on countless couches in countless

New Zealand | Oceania

Protecting refugees from trafficking

Over 200 Rohingya children have suffered untold traumatic experiences as they fled persecution with their families from Myanmar, hoping to get to a better place

| Asia | Project Te Korowai Mokopuna

Indonesia Reading Camp 2

Huge success for children's reading

Your support is making a real difference for children by improving their reading abilities and giving them the love of learning.

Indonesia | Asia | Project Farah


The farms are flourishing in Nepal

With your support we’re helping thousands of children in Udayapur, Nepal, to escape lives of poverty.

Nepal | Asia | Project Asmita

Fiji appeal3

"I don't want to feel helpless again"

Save the Children has launched its biggest project yet in cyclone-wrecked Fiji.

| Oceania | Project Temo

Natasha Portrait

Growing opportunities

Agricultural assistants like Natasha are helping the Dalit and Jaanajati castes in Nepal change their farming methods during the monsoon season, helping them grow more crops and providing them with more opportunities.

Nepal | Asia | Project Asmita

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