Every year, thanks to the support from our partners and donors, Save the Children helps millions of children affected by conflicts, disease, floods and cyclones. As well as saving lives, we help children and families to recover and rebuild their lives.
Since our first humanitarian response in 1919, Save the Children has helped generations of children across the globe, delivering emergency aid and rebuilding communities devastated by war and natural disaster. Today, almost a century later, we continue to do everything we can to protect children.
A devastating tsunami with waves up to three metres high was triggered by a powerful earthquake in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The worst place in the world to be a child right now is Yemen. Hunger, disease and bombs are a triple threat to children.
Typhoon Mangkhut was a powerful typhoon that struck the Philippines on September 15, 2018. It was the strongest typhoon to make landfall in the Philippines since Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013.
The conflict in Syria is now in it's seventh year. A whole generation of children is at risk of being lost.
Millions of people are in need of vital humanitarian aid across East Africa, following severe and extreme water and food shortages.