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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/pdfBooklet on child related lawsThis booklet identifies and discusses important provisions from various child related laws. The purpose is to empower children with relevant information for their own protection. 25/02/20202MB
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/pdfCOVID-19 Vaccine Community Engagement Guide (Chichewa)At a time when much of the communication around COVID-19 vaccination was one-way (mostly through radios), Save the Children, with Support from USAID, through John Hopkins, strengthened two-way communication and community engagement by developing a Community Engagement Guide. Save the Children also supported the effective roll-out of the guide through trainings. Health Care Workers and volunteers across Malawi are using the guide to mobilise vaccine uptake. 07/02/20225MB
application/pdfCOVID-19 Vaccine Community Engagement Guide (English)At a time when much of the communication around COVID-19 vaccination was one-way (mostly through radios), Save the Children, with Support from USAID, through John Hopkins, strengthened two-way communication and community engagement by developing a Community Engagement Guide. Save the Children also supported the effective roll-out of the guide through trainings. Health Care Workers and volunteers across Malawi are using the guide to mobilise vaccine uptake. 07/02/20224MB
application/pdfDeclarationDeclaration done by participants to the media training for MAACR facilitated by Save the Children in Lilongwe Malawi23/06/2017722KB
application/pdfDoor-to-Door COVID-19 Jabs for the ElderlyWith support from the EU, Save the Children is implementing a number of initiatives aimed at boosting COVID-19 vaccine uptake. Door-to-door jabs for the elderly is one of the initiatives. Take a look at how this is work02/02/20222MB
application/pdfECHO Humanitarian Project Newspaper ArticleA news feature in The Daily Times for Monday, 8th February 202008/02/2021554KB
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/pdfGlobal Strategy - Ambition for Children 2030Save the Children has a new global strategy – ‘Ambition for Children 2030’. Our mission is as urgent and relevant as ever: more children are surviving and thriving than ever before, but millions of children are denied their most basic rights and unable to fulfil their potential.26/04/20172MB
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