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In rural Beni, adolescent girls face many challenges when managing their menstruation. Menstruation results in reduced school participation, distraction, and stress, including concern that someone would know they were menstruating; fear about...

Beginning in 2015, Children Lead the Way launched a Photovoice project titled Gender in Focus in two implementing countries, Bolivia and Kenya. Photovoice is a powerful participatory tool because it enables participants to share how they see the...

In the past two years, there has been a considerable increase in the number of unaccompanied children and adolescents from the Northern Triangle who migrate to the USA, and in the number of migrant families with children, particularly young women...

In Bolivia, Children Lead the Way (CLW) has been addressing access to quality education through multiple approaches. One of them supported schools to implement a new education law that promoted a holistic approach through 4 dimensions: To Be:...

Save the Children is campaigning at an international and national level to achieve the greatest impact for children with the Every Last Child Campaign. In Peru, 11% of babies were born to mothers under 18 years of age. It is estimated that 60% of...

The Investment for Educational Development of the Highlands (IDEA) project was designed to improve literacy levels and increase the use of better food and health practices in primary school age children of the El Quiché region of Guatemala. Some...

Save the Children’s response in Mexico emphasizes the creation and promotion of alternatives that prevent migration of unaccompanied children and adolescents in Mexico and the Northern Triangle of Central America. Save the Children also...

Save the Children recognizes adolescents and youth as social actors and agents of change, yet they often face significant rights violations and lack of access to education and other services. Save the Children programming prioritizes the needs of...

Save the Children partners with the Government (DINAF), Municipal and Civil Society Institutions, to build their personnel’s capacity on the Integral Attention for Children and Adolescents, especially the Migrant Population. Save the Children...