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Save the Children International
This is Save the Children’s fifth Global Accountability Report. The Global Accountability Report publishes and analyses data on Child Safeguarding, Adult Safeguarding, Safety and Security of Staff, Diversity within Save the Children and Financial Management. By presenting this data in a simplified and transparent way, we hope to demonstrate that we take seriously our commitment to all those who hold us accountable for their safety, dignity and the financial support they give us.
Alongside our published data, the report includes an in-depth analysis of one core issue that both Save the Children and the wider sector face. Our intent is to provide a deeper understanding of the challenges of a global organisation working in complex contexts, and what needs to be done to overcome these. This year, the area of focus is on staff wellbeing; as the current COVID-19 global pandemic has changed the way our employees work, our organisation must change the way in which it supports staff to deliver more for children.
The Global Accountability Report is a complement to our Save the Children Annual Review, which reports on the global impact of our programme, advocacy and humanitarian work, as set out in our global strategy.
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