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  • Aching for playgrounds

    They long for a city free from sound and air pollutions. They desire a city with footpaths suitable for walking and playgrounds near their doorsteps. They also want to preserve the ecosystem.

  • Critically injured  NGO official to be operated

    Road Accident: Critically injured NGO official to be operated

    A senior official of the Save the Children Bangladesh has been admitted to the intensive care unit of a hospital after he was hit by a truck in the capital’s Jurain area on Saturday.

  • Save the Children celebrates 100

    Save the Children celebrates its 100th year of making the world a better place for children.

  • Progress made, challenges there

    Bangladesh has made the highest progress in the South Asian region in terms of ensuring safe and happy childhoods, but inclusive education remains elusive, according to a report by Save the Children.

  • rohingya refugees

    48,000 Rohingya babies set to be born in Bangladesh camps

    More than 48,000 Rohingya babies are expected to be born in Bangladesh this year, beginning their lives in camps and makeshift settlements where families rely on food rations to survive and live in flimsy tents made of plastic and bamboo.

  • Move to curb sexual exploitation of children

    A website has been launched in Dhaka city with a view to curb commercial use of sexual exploitation of children in Bangladesh.

  • Ecaudor earthquake toll rises to 646

    A week after Ecuador's devastating earthquake, President Rafael Correa has said the number of fatalities has risen to 646.

  • 10,000 child migrants 'missing'

    More than 10,000 migrant children may have disappeared after arriving in Europe over the past two years, the EU's police intelligence unit says.

  • WHO to declare end of Ebola in Sierra Leone

    The World Health Organization is set to announce that Ebola-ravaged Sierra Leone has beaten an epidemic that killed almost 4,000 of its people and plunged the economy into recession.

  • Pakistan warns aid groups after Save the Children expelled

    Pakistan's interior minister says the government was ready to throw out more foreign aid groups, a day after Save the Children were expelled for "working against the country".

  • Ronaldo didn’t donate £5m for Nepal quake

    Save the Children states that reports claiming Cristiano Ronaldo had donated £5million to the charity to help aid efforts in Nepal are "false" reports The Independent.

  • 400 migrants feared drowned off Libya

    About 400 migrants are feared drowned after their boat capsizes off Libya, survivors tell aid group Save the Children. Italian coast guard rescues 144 people and launches air and sea search operation in hopes of rescuing others.

  • Vanuatu president in cyclone appeal

    Terming it a "calamity", Vanuatu's president calls for international help after Cyclone Pam ripped through the Pacific archipelago