War Child strives to report about the situation of children in the countries we work and the impact of our programmes. On this page you will find an overview of our recent publications.
Tug-of-War: Children in Armed Groups in DRC May 2018 - Using evidence drawn from interviews with 150 children and 80 adults in five research sites in North and South Kivu in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), this report examines the push and pull factors that influence children’s engagement with armed groups as combatants and in other roles.
Annual Report 2017 April 2018 - War Child joined forces with organisations across the world in 2017 - including NGOs, academic institutions and local communities - to meet the urgent needs of 374,379 children and adults living with the effects of armed conflict. Our 2017 Annual Report provides a complete overview of our activities in support of conflict-affected children.
I've Moved, My Rights Haven't September 2016 - This report has drawn attention to the unfolding crisis facing children forced to flee. If current trends continue, more than 63 million children could be forced to flee by 2025, of which over 25 million will cross borders and become refugees. Without a step-change in the provision of education for refugee children, at least 12 million of them will be out of school by 2025.
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