Photography for the international Pippi of Today campaign launched by The Astrid Lindgren Company in partnership with Save the Children, supporting girls that are on the move.
Thousands of children are on the move in Bangladesh today. Save the Children and local partners work to prevent unsafe migration and to help children that are on the move.
Thousands of children are on the move in Ethiopia today. Many are travelling alone to Addis Ababa with a promise of a better life. Save the Children and local partners work to prevent unsafe migration.
Sharing a moment with a book is a proven way to create a bond between parents and children. Save the Children South Africa works in the Alexandra township in Johannesburg.
Save the Children Lithuania is one of the smallest members of the global Save the Children movement. Meet some of the people that want to improve the situation for children in the country. And meet some of the children they are supporting.
Over 1.1 million people live as refugees from Syria in Lebanon. Over 50% of the refugees from Syria are children. Photographs are from northern Lebanon and part of a Save the Children commission.
Concord Pottery makes ceramic cups for a coffee shop brand. After a workshop about the impact on workers and their children who live far from each other, they started a day care centre.
These photographs were part of a campaign against sexual abuse. Meet Salma, Ali and Aisha. Also, meet police officers and medical staff who see the result of violence against children every day and who decided to do something about it.
In Ethiopia, many people lack access to quality healthcare and lack awareness on the risks facing pregnant women and young children. Training volunteers and health workers saves lives.
In the mountainous region of north western Ethiopia, the government and Save the Children are using radio to reach out to youth and adults. Programmes on child and maternal health issues change perceptions and saves lives.