application/pdfChild Safeguarding PolicyChildren who come into contact with Save the Children as a result of our activities must be safeguarded to the maximum possible extent from deliberate or inadvertent actions and failings that place them at risk of child abuse, sexual exploitation, injury and any other harm. This responsibility falls upon all of our staff and representatives and is reflected across many policies. This duty of care is enshrined in our Child Safeguarding Policy.06/05/2014204KB
application/pdfMalawi 2019-2021 CSPThis is the 2019-2021 Country Strategic plan which outlines our strategic goals, approach and theory of Change.19/02/2020250KB
application/pdfNutrion Multi-Year Budget AnalysisAn analysis of the budget allocations in key sectors where nutrition is mainstreamed and Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) have clear nutrition mandates from MGDS III and MNNSP. District focus is mainly on budgetary allocations in the 3 key sectors of education, health and agriculture for the last 2-3 years. National budgetary allocation towards nutrition was explored for 4 years (2016 - 2020). 07/07/2021272KB
application/pdfThe Smaller PictureA closer look at the children who inspire us in Malawi27/11/2018319KB
application/pdfEmergency Health Unit in MalawiAt the pick of the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Save the Children Emergency Health Unit arrived in Malawi and for a period of three months provided support to the Ministry of Health. One of Malawi's leading daily captured their work10/01/2022361KB
application/pdfMOU between MAACR and MNCRDThis is a Memorandum of Understanding that was signed between Media Advocates for the Advancement of Child Rights-MAACR of Malawi and Media Network Child Rights and Development-MNCRD of Zambia during a media training facilitated by Save the Children that took place in Lilongwe-Malawi23/06/2017390KB
application/pdfECHO Humanitarian Project Newspaper ArticleA news feature in The Daily Times for Monday, 8th February 202008/02/2021554KB
application/pdfDeclarationDeclaration done by participants to the media training for MAACR facilitated by Save the Children in Lilongwe Malawi23/06/2017722KB
application/pdf2019/20 FINANCIAL YEAR NATIONAL NUTRITION BUDGET ANALYSIS 2019/20 FY national nutrition budget analysis was commissioned by Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET), Save the Children Malawi, Civil Society Nutrition Alliance (CSONA) and the Malawi Government07/07/2021730KB
application/pdfImpact of school-based malaria intervention on primary schoSchool-based health (SBH) programmes that are contingent on primary school teachers are options to increase access to malaria treatment among learners. However, perceptions that provision of healthcare by teachers may be detrimental to teaching activities can undermine eforts to scale up school-based malaria control. The objective of this study was to assess the impact of school-based malaria diagnosis and treatment using the Learner Treatment Kit (LTK) on teachers’ time.27/10/20221015KB
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