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application/pdfGlobal Girlhood Report 2023The climate crisis is making girls’ lives even harder. It destroys homes and livelihoods, driving children and their families further into poverty. And when families are forced to cut corners, it’s girls who tend to lose out. Despite being at the centre of the storm, girls are frequently left out of climate decision-making processes. This year’s adolescent-friendly Global Girlhood Report explores how the climate crisis impacts girls’ rights. It features new analysis by Save the Children on emergency hotspots where girls face the dual threat of child marriage and climate disasters, and stories of girls advocating for climate action in their communities. 10/10/20239MB
application/pdf2021 Global Childhood ReportThe End of Childhood Index compares the latest data for 186 countries – the highest number ever – and assesses where the most and fewest children are missing out on childhood. Singapore and Slovenia top the ranking this year with scores of 990 out of 1,000. Eight Western European countries rank in the top 10, attaining very high scores for children’s health, education and protection status. Niger ranks last among the countries surveyed, scoring 392. 14/06/20214MB
application/pdfThe Global Childhood Report 2020This report looks at 25 years of progress with and for girls and the threats that the looming COVID-19 crisis now poses to those hard-won gains. It includes new projections based on the economic impact of COVID-19 in 2020, expected to increase the number of girls at risk of child marriage and adolescent pregnancy. This is Save the Children’s first adolescent-friendly global flagship report. 08/10/20203MB
application/pdfState of Worlds Mothers28/11/20177MB
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