Save The Children
By: Ana Alonso, David Carreño and Gaddiel Amaya.
What Save The Children fight for?
• Water: Every day, 1400 children die from diarrhoea caused by dirty water. This is just a proportion of the 4 million deaths from water-related diseases and poor sanitation each year.
• Food: In 2013/14, 400,000 people benefited from support to improve their crops, their goods or their services.
• Investing in Childhood: Help secure early education for every U.S. child and help kids survive around the world.
• Get ready, get safe: When disaster strikes, children are the most vulnerable. They are poorly prepared to keep children safe.
• Crisis in Syria: They want and need to go to school. To be protected. To be comforted. These children need champions.
- Crisis in Siria
- Crisis in Gaza
- Crisis in South Sudan
Is one of the most important difficulties in Africa
Save The Children's is fighting for malnutrition. A lot of people doesn't have food to eat.
Massive numbers of people children's fled conflict areas and are now living in inadequate shelter within Syria or in neighboring countries.