Save the Children Releases “The Many Faces of Exclusion”

31 May 2018
Research Innovation

Save the Children released a new report, “The Many Faces of Exclusion”, that says 1.2 billion children—half of all children worldwide—are threatened by conflict, poverty or discrimination against girls. Of those, 153 million children live in countries where all three threats are present. Read the full report here.

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