Every child deserves a healthy start in life. Thanks to people like you, Save the Children continues to be at the forefront of global efforts to end preventable child deaths, with a focus on maternal, newborn and child health and nutrition, alleviating hunger, and preventing and treating HIV and AIDS. Our latest annual report shows, we reached 33 million children through our global health programs.
Every day, children are benefitting from high-impact health programs that save lives. LEARN MORE
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Nearly 5.6 million children die each year due to preventable and treatable causes, including 1 million babies who die on the day they are born. What's more, child malnutrition often leads to a lifetime of poor health and even death. More than 150 million children in developing countries are stunted. That's why we are committed to providing effective health programs that save children's lives and ensure they grow up healthy.
Thanks to generous donors like you, Save the Children is able to improve maternal, newborn and child health, help end child malnutrition and hunger and prevent HIV transmission, and ensure treatment for those living with HIV before they develop (or to prevent) AIDS — giving 86 million children a healthy start in life and we reached an estimated 28.1 million children and women to support increased vaccination coverage, provide skilled birth attendance and increase the use of modern contraceptive methods.
How Our Global Health Work Saves Lives:
- Targeting the major causes of maternal, newborn and child deaths
- Providing high-impact, low-cost care that saves children's lives
- Prioritizing community partnerships, facilitating linkages with primary healthcare providers
- Training and equipping frontline health workers to provide basic and lifesaving care
- Responding rapidly during emergencies – when children are most vulnerable
- Pursuing catalytic partnerships to develop and test innovative solutions
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