Save the Children UK
yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
WARNING: distressing images.

Think you can't help children affected by back-to-back droughts?
Think again.
We're on the ground across East Africa, tackling the worst effects of the drought and reaching children with vital nutrition, protection and support.
Every hour counts. Will you help us? >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Save the Children UK
yesterday at 15:24. Facebook
Millions of children are at risk of hunger across South Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia & Kenya.
We're on the ground right now, treating children who are already malnourished from back-to-back droughts. Donate NOW to help us save even more lives >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Save the Children UK
02/23/2017 at 19:01. Facebook
At great nurseries, our little ones learn some amazing things!
Join us now: call on the government to give our little ones a big future >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Save the Children UK
02/23/2017 at 14:04. Facebook
Share this post if you agree: we cannot turn our back on children who need our help.

Arrangements like the Dubs amendment aren't a 'pull factor'; they're a lifeline for children who are already in Europe, helping to protect them from criminal gangs and traffickers.
READ our blog post on why the UK government must step up for the world's most vulnerable children.

Government can't walk away from child refugees

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Save the Children UK
02/22/2017 at 18:01. Facebook
Nursery is opening little Irfan’s eyes to a big future!

Many nurseries lack an early years teacher who is specially trained to help children develop and grow. The government can change this.
Call on them to give our little ones big futures >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Save the Children UK
02/22/2017 at 13:57. Facebook
We're LIVE now from Westminster with Part-Time Working mummy - discussing our campaign to give our little ones #bigfutures!

Call on the government to make sure there’s an early years teacher in every nursery in England – and give our little ones a big future >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Save the Children UK
02/21/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Families trapped in Mosul face a brutal choice:
Attempt to flee, and risk being killed by ISIS fighters.
Stay, and face bombs, crossfire and dire food shortages.

Kareem and his children have escaped Iraq, but his relatives are still trapped in Mosul. Kareem broke down in tears as he told us what they're living through, right now. Read and share his story.

Stay or flee? Families trapped in Mosul face a brutal choice | Save the...

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Save the Children UK
02/21/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
What is the forecast for little Amber's future?

She goes to a nursery with an early years teacher, who is specially trained to help her develop and grow – but many children miss out.
Call on the government to make sure there’s an early years teacher in every nursery in England – and give our little ones a big future >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Save the Children UK
02/20/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
At great nurseries, our little ones learn some amazing things!

Every child should be able to go to a nursery with an early years teacher who is specially trained to help them develop and grow. But many nurseries in England don’t offer this vital support, so our little ones miss out.

Find out how many children in your area have an early years teacher and call on the government to give our...
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Save the Children UK
02/20/2017 at 12:02. Facebook
Our little ones deserve big futures.
Caroline Dinenage: take a look at what Part-Time Working mummy and her amazing community love about nurseries. They have some wonderful stories to share!
Save the Children UK
02/19/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Is your children’s nursery planning a Peppa Pig Muddy Puddle Walk with us?
Tag them to spread the word!

If you haven't yet, there's still time to sign up. Join the fun adventure here >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Save the Children UK
02/19/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
‘Andrew takes part in science classes, baking, nature walks... his maths and phonics have come on in leaps and bounds too.’
Amazing mums Tesse and Rebecca tell us why they’re backing our campaign for an early years teacher in every nursery. READ to find out more!

Why parents are supporting our early years campaign | Save the Children...

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Save the Children UK
02/18/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
This week's supporter shout out goes to Dominic, who raised an incredible £3,316.92 for us by cycling over 7,000km across Europe! You can still support Dominic here [ Save.tc Link ]
Inspired by adventurer Alastair Humphreys to start with ‘microadventures’, he took on 10 countries in 4 months and was motivated to help us transform the lives of children when he learned about our work in...
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02/18/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
Little Eli’s amazing vocabulary tells you why nursery matters.
He goes to a nursery with an early years teacher, who is specially trained to help him develop and grow. But many nurseries in England don’t offer this vital support, so our little ones miss out.
The government can change this. Call on them to give our little ones a big future >> [ Save.tc Link ]
At great nurseries, our little ones learn some amazing things!
Every child should be able to go to a nursery with an early years teacher who is specially trained to help them develop and grow. But many nurseries in England don’t offer this vital support, so our little ones miss out.
Do you know how many children in your area have an early years teacher? Put in your postcode and find out [...
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Our little ones deserve big futures - let's get early learning right! Push for great nurseries for every child >> [ Save.tc Link ]
At great nurseries, our little ones learn some amazing things!

Every child should be able to go to a nursery with an early years teacher who is specially trained to help them develop and grow.
But many nurseries in England don’t offer this vital support, so our little ones miss out.
The government can change this. Call on them to give our little ones a big future >> [ Save.tc Link ]
Right now we have a vital opportunity to help children who’ve fled war and persecution, and are still alone and at risk in Europe.

Next week, MPs will debate the Dubs amendment, looking at Britain’s role in protecting vulnerable refugee children.
Here are 5 things the government must do for child refugees – and how you can push for them to happen.

Dubs and child refugees: 5 things the government must do | Save the...

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Zuhair survived a bomb in Yemen, but it has torn his life apart. "He screams while he's sleeping,” his mum says. “His eyes are closed, but he screams so much.”

Read Zuhair’s story and sign our petition to protect children in Yemen.

Zuhair’s story: the boy who survived a bomb in Yemen | Save the Children...

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We won't let war blight children's futures.
Show of hands in the comments below if you agree: every child should have a safe place to learn!