Our Results for Children in 2015

Wednesday 27 July 2016


In 2015, we took over on Ebola crisis and the work of building back better. Ebola demonstrates, again the capacity of the region to
learn and progress. Save the Children, was one of the few INGO with presence in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone during the crisis.We will continue to invest in our Countries of ces in Sierra Leone and Liberia to bridge the gap between this humanitarian crisis and the longer term needs of the most deprived people of those countries.

In the Lake Chad Basin, 2015 was also the beginning of a major world crisis, with 2 million Internal Displaced people in Northern Nigeria. Save the Children has been constantly present in Northern Nigeria and South Niger, but also in CAR, Mali and Eastern DRC to respond

to the growing needs for children - with psychosocial support,WASH kit distribution, legal assistant and health interventions.

Save the Children continues to respond and to support malnourished children in Diffa region, in Northern Mali, and all across the Sahel.We have had some amazing results with more than 95% of children’s in Diffa leaving our Health Centre in a better condition.We will continue to develop our humanitarian capacities despite the growing insecurity threat.

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