Emmanuel Jal is a former child soldier who has turned to rap as a way to heal his trauma and to keep other Sudanese children from being trafficked. Get inspired by the story of this remarkable survivor and activist.
Save the Children has been working in Pakistan since 1980, when it first implemented its program for Afghan refugees. After the repatriation of Afghan refugees, Save the Children expanded the scope of its programs to fulfill the rights and needs of the children of Pakistan so that they achieve a happy, healthy and secure childhood. Programs address child protection, child rights governance, health and nutrition, education and child development, food security and livelihoods in more than 60 districts of Pakistan - including the seven Federally Administered Tribal Areas and six Frontier Regions. Up to May 2011, three members of Save the Children (Sweden, UK and U.S.) remained committed to ensuring the rights of children and their families in Pakistan. On May 2011, all three members merged together under the umbrella of one unified program of Save the Children in Pakistan.
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