Reason for Patricia to Smile
Patricia Wyson was sad when she gave birth to her first-born daughter, Triza, who was born with a disability.
Freddy Exposes Vulnerable Child Headed Household
Cyclone Freddy Response: Scottish Govt Donates £200,000 to STC
The Scottish Government has provided £200, 000 through Save the Children (STC) to support Cyclone Freddy survivors in Zomba in three areas of food security, water and sanitation and nutrition.
Salima DHO Commends Save the Children for Contributing Towards Reduction of Malaria Cases
Health authorities in Salima say Breakthrough action, an anti-Malaria project that nongovernmental Organisation Save the Children has been implementing in the district has helped to achieve a drop of Malaria cases.
Kelvin Pushes Disability to the Corner
Kelvin Chiwaya was born with a disability, just like her sister, Margaret. Both live at Joliji village Traditional Authority (TA) Chekucheku. He is 12.
Save the Children Mobilizes Resources for Cyclone Freddy Response
Save the Children has disclosed that it is mobilizing resources totaling $1.8 million towards to support survivors of Cyclone Freddy which has devastated southern part of Malawi.
Save the Children Lauded in Balaka for Cholera Response
Health workers in Balaka say they are now relieved of stress they had to contain cholera cases, thanks to Save the Children and other partners for beefing up staff.
A Big Dig into Child Financing
A bumpy and dusty road from Mwanza District Council led a Parliamentary Committee on Social and Community Welfare to a sorry sight of Chigwirizano Community Based Child Care Centre (CBCC).
SAVE Spurs Evans’ Aerospace Dreams
Save the Children has helped Evans Banda, an 18-year-old innovator, to secure a partial scholarship to study Aerospace Engineering in India.
Cholera Hits Nsanje Children; Save the Children Worried
Save the Children (STC) has decried a surge in the number of children affected by a cholera outbreak in Nsanje.