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On this page you will find our latest research and publications

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Annual Reports

Annual Report 2013-2014

Annual Report 2012 - 2013

Annual Report 2011 - 2012

Annual Report 2010 - 2011

World's Children

2013 - Issue 2

2013 - Issue 1

2012 - Issue 2

2012 - Issue 1

Child rights

Universal Periodic Review for the UN Human Rights Council. A submission by Save the Children New Zealand's Child and Youth Council 2013

Children's Rights and Business Principles 2012

Submission on the Green Paper for Vulnerable Children 2012

UNCRC - one page summary

Hear Our Voices We Entreat

Child Rights Governance

Child and Maternal Survival (EVERY ONE)

Lives on the Line (2013) 

Food for Thought: Tackling child malnutrition to unlock potential and boost prosperity (2013)

Surviving the First Day: State of the World's Mothers 2013

Superfood for Babies

Born equal. How reducing inequality could give our children a better future. 2012

Child Development Index 2012

A Woman's Right: How Family Planning Saves Lives 2012

Nutrition in the first 1000 days: State of the World’s Mothers 2012

A life free from hunger 2012

No Child Out of Reach 2011

Health Worker Global Index


Haiti Earthquake - Four Years On (2013)

West Africa Food Crisis Six Months On (2013)

Out in the cold: Syria's children left unprotected (2012)

Ending the everyday Emergency: Resilience and children in the Sahel (2012) Save the Children and World Vision

One Year After Catastrophe: Still Saving Lives in East Africa (2012)

Ivory Coast conflict: One Year On (2012)

Afghanistan in Transition (2011)

Building Hope in Haiti (2012)

Japan One Year On (2012)  

Fukushima Families (2012)


Hunger in a war zone: The growing crisis behind the Syria conflict (2013)

Unspeakable crimes against children: Sexual violence in conflict (2013)

Childhood Under Fire: The impact of two years of conflict in Syria (2013)

Ending Poverty In Our Generation: Save the Children's Vision for a post-2015 framework (2013)

Untold atrocities: the stories of Syria's children (2012) (Warning: this report contains graphic accounts of violence towards children)

After the Millennium Development Goals: Setting Out The Options And Must Haves For A New Development Framework In 2015 (2012)

Progress in Child Well-being 2012

A Dangerous Delay (2012)

Transition to Transformation

Humanitarianism for the next decade (2010)


Beyond school walls: A boost for readers (September 2013)

Attacks on Education (July 2013)

Ending the hidden exclusion: learning and equity in education post-2015 (2013)  

Laying the Foundations Early Childhood Care and Development 2012


Finding the final fifth: Inequalities in immunisation 2012

Wed, 10 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT

Our branch network run fundraising events throughout the year to raise funds for our programmes in the Asia Pacific region and here at home in New Zealand. 

Artists in the Park

Hamilton - Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th November 2015, 10 - 5pm

Enjoy morning or afternoon tea beside the lake, walk along pathways of spring blooms, pause to listen to the music, take part in the children's hat parade, meet artists exhibiting and working on site or purchase sculptures and paintings.

At The Sculpture Park, 207 Scotsman Valley Road, Tauwhare, Hamilton 3287

Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for children

Contact Dorothy Wakeling on 07 824 0733 or email for more information

Trio Masterworks

By kind permission of the Royal Overseas League, the Egmont Ensemble (James Sherlock, Ben Baker and Jonathan Bloxham) will be performing throughout New Zealand over November. Proceeds from three of their concerts will be donated to Save the Children.

The concert will feature selected works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert and Johannes Brahms. The concert will also feature new work by Gareth Farr, commissioned especially for the Royal Overseas League

Nelson – Monday 9 November, 7:30pm

Old St John’s, Hardy Street, Nelson

Tickets: $25, Students: $10, Families: $60

Tickets available from Save the Children Shop, Buxton Square

Theatre Royal, Nelson I-Site, Richmond Mall, Ticket Direct

Wellington – Wednesday 11 November 2015, 7pm

St Andrew’s on The Terrace, Wellington

Tickets: $40, Students: $10

Save the Children, National Office

Level 1, Equinox House, 222 Lambton Quay, Wellington 

04 385 6847 or for online payment: 

Havelock North – Tuesday 17 November, 7pm

Blyth Performing Arts Centre Iona College, Lucknow Rd, Havelock North

Tickets: $35, Students: $10

Save the Children Gift Shop and Gallery

10 Napier Road, Havelock North

06 877 9047

Contact Glenda Owen 06 875 0074 or email

International Christmas Fair at Homewood

Wellington - Saturday 28th November 2015, 11 - 3pm 

Stalls, Devonshire teas, sausage sizzle, bacon butties and more. Great family entertainment, a fun day for all in the magnificent grounds of Homewood, the residence of the British High Commissioner. 

At Homewood, 50 Homewood Avenue, Karori, Wellington 6149

Admission by gold coin at the gate.

Contact Sue Clothier on 04 479 1180 or email for more information.

If you would like to fundraise for Save the Children, we’d love to hear from you. Contact to find out more.

Tue, 15 May 2012 12:00:00 GMT

Welcome to Save the Children New Zealand's online newsroom. 

Here you'll find all the latest news and information from Save the Children’s work in New Zealand, the Pacific, Asia and around the world. For media enquiries please call our office at 04 385 6847

3rd September 2015 Save the Children calls on John Key to have a change of heart over government's stance on refugees

20th May 2015 Trying to make sense of it all 

30th April 2015 At the epicenter of the Nepal Earthquake

28th April 2015 Nearly two million children affected by Nepal earthquake

1st April 2015 In it for the long haul in Vanuatu

18 March 2015 Cyclone Pam: Impressions of destruction and ruin

16 March 2015 Up to 75,000 children without adequate access to food, water and shelter in cyclone devastated Vanuatu

15 March 2015 Entire Villages Demolished by Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu

14 March 2015 Save the Children Launched Emergency Appeal to Help Vanuatu After Cyclone Pam

13 March 2015  Vanuatu braces for Cyclone Pam

Wed, 10 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT