Save the Children Australia is one of Australia's largest aid and development agencies dedicated to helping children. Through the AHP, Save the Children has received funding to respond to the crisis in Yemen (WASH, food security, health, nutrition, education and protection activities), the Bangladesh-Myanmar humanitarian crisis in Cox's Bazar (health, nutrition, WASH, protection and education activities), the Ambae volcano evacuation in Vanuatu (protection, health, education and WASH activities) and the Iraq crisis (protection, WASH, early recovery and health activities). Within the AHP Disaster READY program Save the Children are implementing preparedness activities regionally and in Vanuatu.
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Australian Humanitarian Partnership agencies have been supporting those impacted by a series of fires in refugee camps in Bangladesh, but damage to their facilities has created new challenges.
The Education in Emergencies Response in Myanmar is helping girls like Delnu continue their education.
Disaster READY: Save the Children and World Vision are implementing the ‘DRR Champions of Tomorrow’ project in eight schools across Malaita and Makira provinces in the Solomon Islands. Read how students are leading the way in ensuring their schools and their communities are safe and prepared.
Inclusive education programs aim to ensure no Rohingya children are left behind.
Disaster READY Fiji ran cash and voucher assistance trials in three Fijian communities. Community feedback will inform how cash and voucher assistance can be provided as part of future disaster response efforts in the country.
Disaster READY: A local chief donates land to a Community Disaster and Climate Change Committee in Vanuatu.
The provision of adolescent sexual reproductive health services is an important component of the AHP Rohingya Response in Bangladesh.
The Building Peaceful Futures program is taking an inclusive approach by addressing barriers to learning for girls and children with disabilities so all children get the chance reclaim their future.
The Building Peaceful Futures program is a consortium of leading NGOs working in Sinjar and Hawija — areas hit hardest by IS — to help families transition home and rebuild their lives. The program supports women and girls like Nadia who were targeted and terrorised by IS. Gradually they are able to emerge from their deeply traumatic experience and lead the recovery process.
Children’s Learning Centres funded through the Australian Humanitarian Response to support the Rohingya in Bangladesh allow children to continue a form of learning.