Thursday 8 April 2021

Joint Statement by Save the Children International and the National Council for Child Welfare - Sudan: Calls in the protection of Children in West Darfur as fresh violence kills dozens


This is a joint statement by Save the Children International and the National Council for Child Welfare


Save the Children and the National Council for Child Welfare are horrified at the new wave of intercommunal violence in Geneina, West Darfur, which has led to at least 87 deaths and 191 injuries in the past days.


Thursday 8 April 2021

Kalamendo Health Centres in North Darfur...At a Glance

When it comes to health and nutrition, Save the Children supports 121 Primary Health Care Facilities across Sudan.
In Kalamendo locality in North Darfur alone, we support 14 facilities funded by the European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid, where we provide health and nutrition services to children and mothers. Take a look at the photos that tell their stories.

Thursday 1 April 2021

Save the Children International Welcomes the Full and Transparent Investigation Into the Death of Samah Elhadi

Save the Children in Sudan welcomes the measures taken by the government entities in Sudan who chose justice by pursuing the investigation of the death of Samah Elhadi, 14, from Salha, Omdurman, and are committed to persecuting the perpetrators from this point forward.
Thursday 11 March 2021

IDP Mothers in Tawila’s Health Facilities: Treating their Children, Serving Their Communities and Aspiring for Better Futures

With being an Internally Displaced Person, comes a set of struggles in receiving basic needs in everyday life. Being an IDP mother of children – especially those Under 5, who are more prone to illnesses – who has access to healthcare can help overcome health problems and prevent many from happening in the first place.

Thursday 11 March 2021

Powering through the Pandemic: How Do Our Female Staff Find the Motivation to Be At the Frontlines?


When it comes to the theme of women in leadership and building a future in a COVID-19 world, Alaa Basheer, Child Protection and Child Rights Governance Program Manager at the Sudan Country Office comes to mind. What motivates her to lead the way, be at the frontline of responses and making a difference in the lives of children?