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Pages have been designed, and colours chosen, to be accessible to colour-blind users. 

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Latest News
  • Six girls from six countries speak out about their experiences of sexual violence in school.
  • Ebola has devastated Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia over the past one and a half years. The epidemic, so far, has claimed over 11,000 lives and has left 18,000 children in West Africa without one or both parents. But thanks to your generous donations, the lives of those affected by the Ebola are slowly starting to look forward.
Latest Blogs
  • Steve Williams has just returned from a visit to the Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon. Here he shares stories from the camps and explains the biggest difficulties facing refugees stuck inside the camps.
  • Fear of going to school is an undoubtedly common global scenario, but in many countries they pale in comparison with a rather more brutal reality – that of violence in school. For millions of children, school is a place of threat and terror rather than refuge and play. In a recent baseline survey, we sought to understand what factors affect girls’ and boys’ ability to access a quality education.

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