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A child is not a number. Discover how children describe challenges they face.

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Children are not numbers. Read how children describe their problems in first person.


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1.4 billion children missing out on basic social protection2024-02-22

Social protection is a universal right and one of the most effective tools in reducing child poverty. It helps children and families to overcome barriers to accessing adequate nutrition, health, education and protection required to ensure children reach their full potential. But new data shows that just 28.1% of children aged 0-15 years globally have access to child or family benefit.

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Introducing the Child Atlas: Understanding children's lives through the power of data2023-09-11

The Child Atlas is Save the Children's new data platform to visualise, compare, analyse and understand children’s outcomes globally. The platform puts high-quality, publicly available data at your fingertips.

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