Resources

TypeNameDescriptionModifiedSize
application/pdfEvery Last GirlThe report provides a snapshot of the situation for girls, ranking 144 countries from best to worst in which to be a girl, based on five indicators – early marriage, adolescent pregnancy, maternal mortality, women in parliament, and lower secondary school completion. Thailand currently ranks as the 81st country, with Vietnam at 47, Indonesia at 74, Cambodia at 89, and Laos at 101.12/10/20161MB
application/pdfForced to Flee: Inside the 21st Largest CountryThe world’s 65.3 million forcibly displaced people—who would make up the world’s 21st largest country based on population. Forced to Flee: Inside the 21st Largest Country examined indicators most relevant to the well-being of children.21/09/20166MB
application/pdfG-Hero (Gender Transformative Comic Book Series)Through the Expanding IMPACT and REACT projects, we hoped to further explore and challenge normative values around gender and promote gender equality through children’s books for migrant children aged 3 to 6 years old. The project team and Help Without Frontiers (HWF) invited Ray of Youths, a group of 19 (7 male, 12 female) local migrant youth from Myanmar aged between 15 and 19 to discuss gender norms in migrant communities and how to positively transform them. The youth have developed four gender transformative books, which challenge gender norms, and gender discrimination in migrant communities. A gender transformative children’s book is one that attempts to re-define and challenge gender roles and relations of women and men, boys and girls, including harmful stereotypes. Transforming unequal gender relations to promote shared power, control of resources, decision making, and support for women’s empowerment. Books can either reinforce existing traditions and social norms, or they can provide an alternative view of the world and broaden thinking.05/04/20191MB
application/pdfHealth ProgrammesBehavior Change Communication for Infectious Disease Prevention29/11/2013406KB
application/pdfHow Should it be? (Gender Transformative Comic Book Series)Through the Expanding IMPACT and REACT projects, we hoped to further explore and challenge normative values around gender and promote gender equality through children’s books for migrant children aged 3 to 6 years old. The project team and Help Without Frontiers (HWF) invited Ray of Youths, a group of 19 (7 male, 12 female) local migrant youth from Myanmar aged between 15 and 19 to discuss gender norms in migrant communities and how to positively transform them. The youth have developed four gender transformative books, which challenge gender norms, and gender discrimination in migrant communities. A gender transformative children’s book is one that attempts to re-define and challenge gender roles and relations of women and men, boys and girls, including harmful stereotypes. Transforming unequal gender relations to promote shared power, control of resources, decision making, and support for women’s empowerment. Books can either reinforce existing traditions and social norms, or they can provide an alternative view of the world and broaden thinking.05/04/20191MB
application/pdfHumanitarian Response, DDR & Child SafetyHUMANITARIAN RESPONSE DISASTER RISKS REDUCTION AND CHILD SAFETY, Save the Children Thailand Programme Office, 2013-201429/11/2013233KB
application/pdfKeeping PromisesRefugee and displaced children often have their education disrupted. As voluntary repatriation process along Thailand-Myanmar border is currently underway, Save the Children works tirelessly to support holistic education transition for returning refugee students and help them integrate back into schools. In our brief “Keeping Promises: The Time to Keep our Promises to Refugee Children is NOW”, we highlight the challenges that returning refugee students face and call for stronger partnership and collaboration to meet the commitments the world has promised.18/12/20182MB
application/pdfLessons in Literacy250 million primary aged children worldwide are not learning to read and write. This report highlights eight principles to ensure that Every Last Child can read. We are calling for counties to prioritise and invest in efforts to ensure all children are able to read.21/09/20166MB
application/pdfLet Your Children Choose (Gender Transformative Comic Book)Through the Expanding IMPACT and REACT projects, we hoped to further explore and challenge normative values around gender and promote gender equality through children’s books for migrant children aged 3 to 6 years old. The project team and Help Without Frontiers (HWF) invited Ray of Youths, a group of 19 (7 male, 12 female) local migrant youth from Myanmar aged between 15 and 19 to discuss gender norms in migrant communities and how to positively transform them. The youth have developed four gender transformative books, which challenge gender norms, and gender discrimination in migrant communities. A gender transformative children’s book is one that attempts to re-define and challenge gender roles and relations of women and men, boys and girls, including harmful stereotypes. Transforming unequal gender relations to promote shared power, control of resources, decision making, and support for women’s empowerment. Books can either reinforce existing traditions and social norms, or they can provide an alternative view of the world and broaden thinking.05/04/20191MB
application/pdfMeet A*, 12 years old from Rakhine state, Myanmar.EASE (Ensuring Appropriate Safeguarding for Emigrant and Trafficked Children) in the Andaman area – Promote child protection and child safeguarding procedures in targeted shelters, and ensure that the shelters can provide appropriate support to unaccompanied, neglected, and trafficked children. The EASE project aims to develop sustainable capacities and systems within the shelters that house migrant families, and advocates for long-term policy change that will ensure the best interests of children and their families. 05/06/20177MB
All Save the Children publications are free

Pages