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Safe Back to School Case Studies

2021 - Afghanistan, Malawi, Philippines ...

These Safe Back to School (SB2S) case studies are part of the innovation work stream of the wider SB2S work at Save the Children. It is intended that these case studies provide an operations focused snapshot of programme adaptations teams across...

Being forced to flee your home is a life-changing event that often results in negative impacts that persist long after the conflict or disaster that triggered it has ended. To support progress towards a safe and fulfilling future for displaced...

This learning paper highlights how elements of outcome mapping were used by Save the Children in a project (2018-2020) that supports adolescents, affected by the Syria crisis, to become more resilient. The paper first outlines how the spheres of...

At the end of 2019, at least 13.4 million school-age children (5-17 years old) were internally displaced due to conflict or violence. These numbers are likely an underestimate with many internally displaced children unaccounted for due to lack of...

In recent years, the potential return and repatriation of women and children with perceived associations with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has provoked a strong security response from international actors. In response, Save the...

The people of Al Raqqa city in Northeast Syria experienced some of the heaviest fighting and bombing in the history of the Syrian conflict, as well as a devastating period under the control of ISIS between 2013 and late 2017. The vast majority of...

In October 2017, Al Raqqa was captured from ISIS following a sustained ground and aerial campaign by armed groups supported by international forces under the Coalition to Defeat ISIS. The recapture of the city caused the destruction of much of Al...

For the last 10 years, Syria has been ravaged by conflict. A staggering 220,000 to 550,000 people are estimated to have been killed. More than 12 million, out of the country’s population of 24 million at the start of the conflict, have either...

Al Hol and Roj camps in North East Syria (NES) are home to over 60,000 people, the vast majority of them women and children. Their populations are made up of Syrians and Iraqis – many of whom arrived in the camp fleeing from violence and conflict...

Nutrition programming has long remained underfunded and overlooked in the Syrian response because rates of acute malnutrition (wasting) have remained within what are considered acceptable levels. But it is not just wasting that is a problem. In...

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