Today, one of the toughest place in the world to be a girl is in West and Central Africa. We must advocate with them for change.
Yearly Archives: 2020
SCAN answered some of the questions about child care and COVID-19 that we were unable to get to during the 3rd session of the 2020 Virtual Advocacy Summit.
Kelli Wagner is a pediatric nurse, and she’s seen the effect of coronavirus firsthand. She’s also seen the heartbreaking decisions that many parents have made – both at home and abroad – for the sake of their children.
On the 3rd night of the Save the Children Action Network Advocacy Summit, our experts discussed how the coronavirus is impacting the child care industry.
Gov. Lujan Grisham and SCAN President Mark Shriver: “It’s time that we fully recognize the indispensable value of high-quality childhood services, and then create the supports that will help children to thrive.”
On May 7, Save the Children’s Janti Soeripto joined Valerie Dourdin of Save the Children Colombia and Save the Children Girl Champion, Elena, to discuss how the coronavirus is impacting children, especially girls, around the world.
These are the full remarks from Save the Children Girl Champion, Nina, as she opened the 2nd session of the 2020 Virtual Advocacy Summit.