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Save the Children
Humanitarianism has been experiencing a radical transformation, catalysed by the Grand Bargain, climate change, changes in the scale and scope of humanitarian need and the COVID-19 pandemic. As the world continues a refined focus on ending preventable deaths, Save the Children is delivering against our global SURVIVE breakthrough strategy, where no child under 5 dies from preventable causes by 2030. In order to achieve this ambitious goal, we know that we will need to reach the world’s most vulnerable children. Public Health on the Frontline is intended to guide our health, nutrition, WASH and HIV work in humanitarian settings as a critical contribution to Save the Children’s 2030 vision. In 2022–2024, we will contribute to the SURVIVE breakthrough by designing and implementing humanitarian responses that ensure the timely establishment or continuation of quality essential public health services.