Save the Children is on the ground in Kaikoura preparing to open the country’s first Child Friendly Space to help children recover in the wake of last week's devastating earthquake.
Aid workers from Save the Children will mobilise staff to meet the needs of children and their families affected by last night’s earthquake in New Zealand if there is a need for a humanitarian response.
Stigmatised from birth, the children who are born here are denied even their most basic of human rights.
Samreen is ten years old and lives in a desperate situation that is hard to comprehend. She was born in Daulatdia, a brothel the size of a small town, in Bangladesh.
Daulatdia may look like any other slum in Bangladesh, but those who make the journey here know otherwise. This place hides a dark secret.
Save the Children’s search and rescue vessel in the Mediterranean, Vos Hestia, rescued more than 100 refugees and migrants including many small children last week