Save the Children ensures that children, their mothers, and other caregivers have access to and use critical health and nutrition services and adopt healthy behaviors in both development and emergencies. They use proven methods to fight the significant causes of illness, death, and malnutrition and innovate ways to deliver these services most effectively to as many people as possible, especially in impoverished communities, during emergencies, and in the aftermath of disasters.

Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the United States and worldwide, Save the Children is working to ensure that children are given a healthy start in life. Ensuring that children’s unique needs are met, and their voices are heard. They deliver lasting results for millions of children, including those hardest to reach.

Save the Children’s strengths in SBC programming to improve health and nutrition behaviors include community-driven design, multi-sectoral SBC (including ASRH, MNCH, WASH, Livelihoods and Education), and more recently, innovative behavioral science approaches through the Centre for Utilising Behavioural Insights for Children (CUBIC).

Save the Children will lead SBC monitoring, integrating collaborative learning and adaptive approaches as a complement to GEH expertise on conceptual underpinnings and rigorous applied research.

Save the Children is a leader in humanitarian and development programming with a strong global network of implementers across 117 countries, including most USAID priority countries.

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