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Save the Children regularly produces reports that highlight the challenges children in the Philippines and across the globe face, and how we're tackling these through our work.
Our extensive field experience, global reach, and long-term investment in research make it possible for us to produce publications – Annual Reviews, Thematic Reports, and Handbooks – that bring key issues affecting children to the attention of governments, the media, and the general public.
Save the Children's Annual Review showcases the year's highlights on a global basis and enables us to report on the progress we've made worldwide thanks to the generous support of our donors around the world. See what we've achieved so far in our latest Annual Review.
Published every year to coincide with Mother's Day, our State of the World's Mothers report compares 176 countries, showing which are succeeding – and which are failing – in saving the lives of mothers and their babies. The report looks at factors such as mothers' health, education and economic status, as well as critical child indicators like health and nutrition. Read our latest State of the World's Mothers report.
From reports on reducing newborn deaths throughout the developing world to giving Filipino children the chance to voice up what they think and feel should be included in our post-Typhoon Yolanda recovery work, we regularly produce reports based around our global work in health, education, child protection and humanitarian crises. Discover our most recent publications here.
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