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Winter has hit with full force in Greece with sub-zero temperatures and snowfall.
In a refugee camp about 55km outside of Athens (pictured), It has been so cold that the water pipes have frozen and people have been without warm water.

This situation has been particularly hard for children who are without proper access to heat and shelter and are more vulnerable to hypothermia.
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"I am fifteen years old and I live in Nyarugusu Refugee Camp in Tanzania, after fleeing Burundi. When we first arrived here, there was a time that I went into the forest searching for firewood with two other girls. As we were searching for firewood we were approached by some men who told us that we would have to have sex with them if we wanted to take any firewood.

When we refused, the men...
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With education comes hope.

Sabri is an incredible teacher and she is bringing hope back to children in this refugee camp in Iraq.

With your support we can continue our work with children in Iraq [ Bit.ly Link ]
Failure to meet human rights obligations. Failure to protect vulnerable groups - including children. Australia shouldn't be getting this kind of report card. Yet according to Human Rights Watch, we're failing to protect fundamental freedoms on issues such as offshore detention for asylum seekers and our disproportionately high rate of Indigenous incarceration.

Globally, the report argues...
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Human Rights Watch report card gives Australia a fail for offshore detention

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In Syria, winter conditions are tough ... but no matter where you are in the world, nothing beats a snowball fight!

Save the Children and our partners are in Idlib camp, Syria, right now - helping children play, learn and come to terms with all they've been through.

Your continued support makes this possible. Donate now to help [ Bit.ly Link ]
Thanks to all of your post-Christmas closet clean-outs, our op shops are pumping with exciting new stock! Here's a few tips on what we'd love to see more (or less) of.

Find your nearest Save the Children Australia op shop here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

The do's and don'ts of post-Christmas charity bin donations

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If we told you our op shops have the vibe, and you could find something that would go straight to the pool room, would you be as excited as Dale Kerrigan? Well our ambassador Stephen Curry, better known from his starring role in the Australian cult classic, The Castle, takes a trip to our op shops and down memory lane. Enjoy!

Show this video in our op shops for a 25% discount. Locate your...
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“Once you’re back on track you’re pretty much set.” Alinna is just one of many young people benefiting from the Out-Teach program in Tasmania.

With statistics showing that 80 per cent of Out-Teach participants don’t re-offend, the program is a great example of innovation in the youth justice space. Hear more from Alinna and our staff member Dane as featured on the 7.30 report last night. [...
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Mobile classroom helping young offenders get back on track

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In case you missed it, catch our Out-Teach program featured on the 730 report on ABC tonight.

“This is an opportunity to change the face of Youth Justice in Australia”

Find out how we’re helping young people re-engage with education here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
This is what is happening in Yemen right now and it’s getting worse.

A better Yemen is possible but the world needs to realise what’s going on in this 'forgotten crisis'. Please share.
#yemencrisis

You can support our work to save lives in Yemen and around the world here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
It’s almost impossible to comprehend the magnitude of the current situation in Yemen, or fathom how an estimated 1,000 children are dying each week.

With your help, we are responding to critical needs such as essential equipment and medicines. Learn more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Yemen – A neglected crisis

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Dawar and his family ‘pictured' are among almost 600,000 Afghans who have returned from Pakistan since July.

It’s now becoming a bitterly cold winter there and hundreds of thousands more are set to make the journey with no home, no formal documentation, and very little money to live off.

Full story here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Returned Afghans face brutal winter

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We're working with young people who have been in detention or released on bail in Tasmania to change the direction of their life, and it's working.

Dane is one of our educators demonstrating the power of one-on-one support for long-term behaviour change.

Share this if you believe in a future for all youth in our justice system.

Find out more about our mentoring programs here [ Bit.ly Link ]
This is the last post from me, Rob McKechnie, from a recent trip to the Solomon Islands. I've really enjoyed showcasing these amazing stories from our programs, and I hope you've enjoyed seeing them.

Students at the Tenavatu school on Guadalcanal island take part in a Child Club, part of the Potekem Pikini Project (PPP) child protection program, which brings together the class captains from...
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Happy New Year's everyone. It's Rob McKechnie here, taking you through my recent trip to check out Save the Children's Solomon Islands' programs.

4-year-old Emmy fronts a cohort of kids ready to learn at our Early Childhood Development Centre in the remote community of Loimuni, Choiseul Province. Emmy’s good mate Roxon (right) tells us, “I like school at the ECD centre. I like colouring the...
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My journey continues in the beautiful Solomon Islands, documenting our impressive programs. A happy and safe new year to you all.

At our Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centre, children learn how to share things, and play with others. It’s also important because here they learn how to communicate with others. They learn how to speak pigin at the ECD, because in this community they learn a...
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Rob McKechnie again here, I hope you're enjoying the photographs I took from my recent trip to the Solomon Islands, to document our programs in this Pacific island nation.

If you’re loving your new Save the Children-funded Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centre scream, “YEAAAHHH!” Our ECD Centres in remote communities of the Solomon Islands (and around the world) not only provide the...
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I hope you're enjoying my series of photographs from our awesome programs in the Solomon Islands.

Here a student marks a satisfaction survey on one of Save the Children’s workshops, in the remote island community of Molle. We've implemented programming here to protect locals against the commercial and sexual exploitation of children. Today’s session, titled ‘Who Am I’ helped children explore...
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Rob McKechnie here, Save the Children photographer - bringing you the second in a series of beautiful images from our programs in the Solomon Islands. Our programs in the Choiseul Province target some of the world’s hardest-to-reach children. Our staff spend hours each day travelling to some of the farthest-flung islands in our bid to make sure all children grow up educated, safe and...
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Hey, it's Rob McKechnie here. I'm a photographer at Save the Children and travel around the world to bring you stories from our incredible programs. I'll be showcasing some images from a recent trip to the Solomon Islands - here's the first one. Enjoy.

Our Early Childhood Development Centres in the Solomon Islands are not just a place for kids to learn their ABCs. They also provide children...
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