GLOBAL AND LOCAL
We’ve aligned our plans with the whole Save the Children movement – from other members to local offices – to make sure that our collective resources and capabilities are pointed towards making the world a safer, better place for children.
Over these three years, we’ll sharpen our focus on those children who are left behind – whether they’re poor, from a minority, disabled or because they’re a girl.
Our fundamental belief in the rights of children means both delivering food, medicine and protection, and holding governments to account for providing for these basic needs themselves. We’ll involve children in what we do, listening to them, and amplifying their voices for the world to hear.
Our strategy – summarised in the diagram below – requires us to listen, be resilient, and strive to be better. We’ll strengthen our use of insight and evidence, and build strong and lasting relationships. And we’ll hold our responsibility to safeguard children and their communities above all else.