Browse 2012 news articles
- Friday 28 December 2012Thousands of separated and displaced children in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are at extreme risk of sexual violence, including rape, or of being kidnapped and recruited into armed militias.
- Wednesday 19 December 2012Save the Children and the Norwegian Refugee Council have been awarded part of the EU's 2012 Nobel Peace Prize money to help 13,000 children who have fled from conflict in Somalia and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
- Thursday 6 December 2012The lives of tens of thousands of children in the Philippines have been thrown into chaos in the aftermath of a killer typhoon. Schools could be shut for months as restoring power to the worst affected areas could take up to eight weeks.
- Monday 3 December 2012Fears are growing for Syrian children and families hit by freezing winter weather as huge funding shortages endanger relief operations in the region
- Thursday 29 November 2012The team at Mary’s Living & Giving shops have carefully handpicked a selection of special pieces for their first-ever online auction. With all proceeds going to Save the Children, this is guilt-free shopping at its best!
- Thursday 22 November 2012Thousands of children displaced by fighting in and around the city of Goma in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) risk recruitment to armed groups.
- Wednesday 21 November 2012Justin Forsyth, chief executive of Save the Children, today welcomed David Cameron's announcement of a special G8 event next year which will focus on tacking hunger and malnutrition.
- Monday 19 November 2012Save the Children is calling for an immediate end to the conflict in Gaza and Israel as the number of child casualties mounts.
- Thursday 1 November 2012The Prime Minister has announced he will be holding a hunger summit in 2013 - a big win for the thousands of Save the Children supporters who have joined the Race Against Hunger campaign.
- Thursday 1 November 2012The gap between rich and poor is at its highest since the 1990s and is growing – with children hit hardest, according to our new report, Born Equal, published today.