When disaster strikes, we’re there – saving lives. Our teams do whatever it takes to reach children, delivering life-saving food, shelter and medicines straight to where they’re most urgently needed. In the weeks and months after an emergency, we help keep children safe and support families to rebuild their lives.

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Save the Children Visits Yemen

Alice Klein, from DEC member agency Save the Children, describes meeting a young woman who was severely malnourished.  Saida weighed only 9 kg when she was admitted to hospital, but with medical support and attention she has improved and is well on the road to recovery. Help save lives, donate now: http://bit.ly/2hmnJuL

Save the Children Visits Yemen

Alice Klein, from DEC member agency Save the Children, describes meeting a young woman who was severely malnourished.  Saida weighed only 9 kg when she was admitted to hospital, but with medical support and attention she has improved and is well on the road to recovery.

Yemen Crisis Appeal - Save the Children Visits Yemen

Alice Klein, from DEC member agency Save the Children, describes meeting a young woman who was severely malnourished.  Saida weighed only 9 kg when she was admitted to hospital, but with medical support and attention she has improved and is well on the road to recovery. Help save lives, donate now: http://bit.ly/2hmnJuL

Yemen Crisis Appeal - Save the Children Visits Yemen

Alice Klein, from DEC member agency Save the Children, describes meeting a young woman who was severely malnourished.  Saida weighed only 9 kg when she was admitted to hospital, but with medical support and attention she has improved and is well on the road to recovery. Help save lives, donate now: http://bit.ly/2hmnJuL

Yemen Crisis Appeal - Save the Children Visits Yemen

Alice Klein, from DEC member agency Save the Children, describes meeting a young woman who was severely malnourished.  Saida weighed only 9 kg when she was admitted to hospital, but with medical support and attention she has improved and is well on the road to recovery. Help save lives, donate now: http://bit.ly/2hmnJuL