Save the Children’s work saves and improves children’s lives around the world. Its mission is to ensure children have healthcare, food and shelter, as well as learning and child protection services when children need it most. Through its programming, emergency responses and advocacy, Save the Children puts the most vulnerable children first, tackling the barriers to survival, learning and protection.
Save the Children cultivates innovative and meaningful partnerships with organisations that share the belief that every child has the same rights, and that realising these rights is the key to their future. Save the Children has a network of corporate and technology partners such as Accenture; Boston Consulting Group; Bulgari; C&A and C&A Foundation; GSK; IKEA and IKEA Foundation; Johnson & Johnson; Mondelez International; TJX Companies, INC; Atlassian; Creatly; Vertygosla; Evozon; Jeti; Zephyr; Think Cell; JHEM; Synergy and Gliffy.
The key issues activities are:
The Children’s Rights and Business Principles (CRBP) project. The CRBP are the guidelines developed by Save the Children, the Global Compact and UNICEF to support businesses in respecting and promoting children’s rights in the day-to-day running of their business activities.
Save the Children works around 117 countries.