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Save the Children
Across the developing world, millions of school-aged children are affected by illness, many serious yet easily treatable and preventable, which inhibit their ability to learn. Healthier children stay in school longer, attend more regularly, learn more and become healthier and productive adults. Save the Children is a global leader in the field of health and nutrition with programmes reaching 4 million children in 44 countries.
About every three years, Save the Children hosts a Global Learning Workshop for practitioners worldwide. This report summarizes the key messages from the 2016 Learning Conference held in Hanoi, Vietnam, along with information on essential topics and core programme literature.