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Kaiyum, the young climate activist handles and mobilizes the network of more than 50 children and young people in Madhesh Pradesh of Nepal. Kaiyum however never thought he had the capacity to manage and motivate this large group of young climate enthusiasts. He thinks he learnt the skill with practice and patience.
Save the Children worked in close coordination with Belaka Municipality in Udayapur to assist children and families affected by flood.
Karnali Province has endorsed a five-year ECCD Strategy to improve the early development and care outcomes for children in the formative years of their lives.
Himani has some great ideas on environmental conservation for those in power and for children too.
Two-year-old Aryan grew from 7 kg to 11 kg after being fed RUTF and locally available nutritious food. His mother Udisara is so happy that she was able to save her child. Udisara was not aware of the nutritious food available in local level and used to feed junk foods to her children, out of love as children used to enjoy eating the packaged food.
Little Kasbi received a student kit as a support from Save the Children. Kasbi is happy that she has a lot of items inside the bag. “I liked the handkerchief, the yellow one the most,” she says. “But I also liked the copies and pencils,” she adds. Kasbi wants to draw a flower in the copy.
This is the learning brief of our Risk Communications and Community Engagement (RCCE) project, designed to strengthen vaccine uptake and counter rumors related to COVID-19. The document includes our unique SBC informed RCCE approach, innovations that are community led and monitored, and insights on what works. Kindly do circulate the brief widely.
Every Last Child campaign launch in Kathmandu