Childhood snatched away for millions, Save the Children report says - Newsday

Dr. Jill Biden takes part in the Stolen Childhood Report Launch & Press Briefing at United Nations Headquarters on May 31, 2017 in New York City. Photo Credit: Getty Images North America / Michael Loccisano. advertisement | advertise on newsday.

Thais 'have better childhoods' than most peers in region - Bangkok Post

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha gathers school children for another Government House photo op for Buddhism Promotion Week, early last month. Save the Children says Thailand ranks 84th among all countries in the treatment of children. (Post Today ...

Stolen Childhoods: End of Childhood Report [EN/AR] - ReliefWeb

For at least 700 million children worldwide – and perhaps hundreds of millions more – childhood has ended too soon. The major reasons included poor health, confl ict, extreme violence, child marriage, early pregnancy, malnutrition, exclusion from ...

Biden and Miles: Every child deserves a childhood - CNN

Dr. Jill Biden is former second lady of the United States and chairwoman of the board of trustees at Save the Children. Carolyn Miles is president and CEO of Save the Children. The views expressed in this commentary are solely those of the authors ...

Report: NH tops nation in protecting children from death, other 'childhood ending' factors - WMUR Manchester

New Hampshire ranks first in the nation in protecting children from death and other factors that could end their childhoods early, according to a new report by Save the Children, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Advertisement. The report says that ...

1 in every 4 children robbed of their childhoods: Report An error occurred. - Salon

In honor of International Children's Day on June 1, Save the Children has released a new report on the conditions that children face worldwide, in an effort to enlighten people on the trials that kids face, even in developed countries. “The End of ...

War, marriage and hunger: one in four childhoods cut short - Reuters

MOPTI, Mali (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In a school in Senegal, 15-year-old Khadidiatou strives to balance her studies with her roles as a mother and a wife. In a clinic in Mali, 10-month-old Mamadou is severely malnourished as his family struggle ...

America is only 36th best country for children: report - New York Daily News

Reason number 4,823 to move to Scandinavia: Norway is the best country on Earth for children. That's according to Save the Children, which issued its first ever End of Childhood Index, measuring worldwide youth health and well-being. Slovenia rated ...

1 in 4 children miss out on childhood, according to a new ranking - Devex

A new index of childhood experiences around the world could help change the way the American public thinks about foreign aid, its authors hope. The first End of Childhood Index, launched by Save the Children on Wednesday, compares data from 172 ...

These Are The Best (And Worst) Places Around The World For Kids To Grow Up - Fast Company

The U.S. doesn't rank very high–because other countries governments actually invest in keeping their kids healthy and safe. These Are The Best (And Worst) Places Around The World For Kids To Grow. “It's particularly important right now for Americans to ...

One in Every Four Children Robbed of Their Childhoods, New Save the Children Report Reveals - PR Newswire (press release)

FAIRFIELD, Conn., May 31, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- One quarter of the world's children are being denied the opportunity to have the childhoods they deserve and grow to their full potential, a new report from Save the Children has revealed.

Why This Girl Opened A New Toy -- And Found A Pregnancy Test Instead - HuffPost

A new video from Save The Children is bringing attention to the alarming reality of underage pregnancy worldwide. Released on Wednesday, the video features a young girl unboxing what she thinks is a new doll ― and finding a pregnancy test instead.

From conflict to child marriage, 700 million children robbed of childhood - Reuters

BAMAKO, Mali (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - One in four of the world's children - at least 700 million - have had their childhood cut short by factors ranging from illness and conflict to child marriage and being out of school, Save the Children said ...

Kentucky ranks 33rd of 50 states in new 'End of Childhood' report - Lexington Herald Leader

Kentucky ranks 33 out of 50 states in Save the Children's first-ever End of Childhood Report. The state-by-state U.S. ranking by the humanitarian organization focuses on “childhood enders,” including infant deaths, violent deaths, adolescent birth ...