Rasha wasn’t in her school in Syria when it was bombed – she was standing by the gate.
Families have fled horrific violence. Villages have been burnt to the ground. Rahmmot and his mother are Rohingya, an ethnic group that is known to be one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.
Pierre weighed just 7 kilograms when he was taken to a Save the Children hospital. That's just half of what a boy his age should be. He was severely malnourished and sick with pneumonia.
Kayembe had a high fever and diarrhoea for a month before being taken to a Save the Children hospital. He was so sick that he couldn’t eat or walk. He had lost so much weight that his arm was the same size as an adult’s thumb.
We’ve had some great results from our three-year disaster preparedness project in the Philippines that’s just finished!