Browse May news articles
- Saturday 26 May 2012A massacre in the Syrian town of Houla has left 32 children under ten dead. Enough is enough. The killing in Syria must stop now.
- Wednesday 23 May 2012In a big win for Save the Children campaigners, the Prime Minister has agreed to hold a major hunger event during the Olympics, it was announced today.
- Wednesday 23 May 2012Yemen is on the brink of a catastrophic food crisis, with 10 million people – 44% of the population – without enough food to eat.
- Monday 21 May 2012World leaders must not allow the Eurozone crisis to derail promise to address the global hunger crisis.
- Sunday 20 May 2012Save the Children says that months of warnings have failed to prevent a serious malnutrition crisis sweeping Niger.
- Wednesday 16 May 2012Save the Children campaigners today sent a powerful message to David Cameron urging him to act on the global hunger crisis that costs the lives of 300 children every hour.
- Monday 14 May 2012The Dalai Lama is to donate the bulk of his Templeton Prize money to Save the Children, it was announced today. The 76-year-old religious leader received the £1.1m prize at St Paul's Cathedral in London.
- Monday 14 May 2012Save the Children will be receiving all net profits from the sale of a brand new DVD, Music is Great, which highlights some of the greatest British live performances of the last 40 years.
- Wednesday 9 May 2012The government missed an opportunuity in today's Queen's Speech to send a powerful signal that Britain will keep its word to the world's poorest children.
- Tuesday 8 May 2012The west African country, one of the world’s poorest, has replaced Afghanistan at the bottom of our annual State of the World’s Mothers ranking published today.