Our evolving world demands new solutions, and we are doubling down and investing in innovation. This is necessary to meet the true needs of the hardest-to-reach children and communities.

Active Pilots

ARVR Learner
We’re leveraging augmented and virtual reality technology to help young people gain livelihoods skills and opportunities. LEARN MORE

5 Days from the Field
We’re designing an immersive week-long engagement experience for corporate partners around humanitarian response. LEARN MORE

Pfizer and Save the Children executives discuss innovative and scalable interventions to accelerate the reduction of childhood pneumonia in India.  Save the Children, 2018.

Global Corporate Giving
We’re developing a truly global solution to employee giving. LEARN MORE

New mom Jessica practices Kangaroo Mother Care with her 3-week-old twins at Pumwani Maternity Hospital in Kenya. Photo: Peter Caton/Save the Children, March 2018.

Integrating Kangaroo Mother Care
We’re designing innovative ways to integrate this live-saving intervention into health care facilities with limited space. LEARN MORE

We’re developing an information application that facilitates the community-service provider connection to improve health care and education. LEARN MORE

A two-year-old girl from the Democratic Republic of Congo was admitted to hospital with pneumonia and tuberculosis. Photo credit: Charlie Forgham-Bailey/Save the Children 2018.

Pneumonia Innovations Network
We’re building and leading a global network of organizations committed to ending pneumonia deaths by developing and investing in the most effective innovations. LEARN MORE

Victoria, one of our Early Childhood Specialists, works with 2-year-old Preston and his Mom during a home visit in Central Valley, California. Preston participates in Early Steps to School Success, a signature program for promoting school readiness. Photo credit: Save the Children/Tamar Levine, November 2017.

We’re using data from our completed baseline evaluation to provide new tools focused on parent training and inclusive reading for struggling learners. LEARN MORE

Response Innovation Lab
We’re creating a cross-thematic, multi-sectoral partnership to solve unique, on-the-ground humanitarian challenges. LEARN MORE

Destruction from Hurricane Michael, 2018, which hit the Florida panhandle and devastated nearby communities in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. This photo depicts The Kinard Branch Library in Wewahitchka that sustained detrimental damage. Photo credit: Gordon Folkes, Save the Children. October 2018.

Responding Quicker
Our accelerated humanitarian deployment tool will be available for emergency responders in 2018. LEARN MORE

Children attend a Save the Children reading camp, a program that aims to boost literacy rates at a model primary school in West Sumba, Indonesia. Photo credit: Minzayar Oo/Save the Children 2017.

We’re digitalizing data available to teachers and caregivers to ensure more children are healthy and attending school. LEARN MORE

Completed Pilots

Lung Ultrasound
We’re evaluating a promising way to better identify bacterial versus viral pneumonia in the field, with the potential to revolutionize pneumonia diagnosis. LEARN MORE

Mobile Pay
Our mobile payment portal is giving our supporters the ability to donate using their preferred payment solution, with a 12 times return on our investment so far. LEARN MORE


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