|Child Safeguarding Policy||Children 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.||06/05/2014||204KB|
|Lessons in Literacy||12/10/2016||6MB|
|Global Strategy - Ambition for Children 2030||Save 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.||26/04/2017||2MB|
|MOU between MAACR and MNCRD||This 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-Malawi||23/06/2017||390KB|
|Declaration||Declaration done by participants to the media training for MAACR facilitated by Save the Children in Lilongwe Malawi||23/06/2017||722KB|
|The Smaller Picture||A closer look at the children who inspire us in Malawi||27/11/2018||319KB|