Save the Children in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs, other government ministries, the communities, UNICEF and other NGOs commemorated this year’s Day of the African Children in grand style
2016 is the year our Advocacy and campaign work is well planned and set to make huge change in the lives of children that are left behind in terms of accessing services including basic education, primary healthcare services and protection
Demands/Concerns raised by the children in Pujehun in their first Council meeting
There should be an improved system of payment of school fees subsidy to junior secondary schools as payment is not timely by government and parents are asked to pay fees for their children there by leading to children dropping out from school.
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