News A Save the Children organised event at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the Syrian border, last month

The charity defends itself from claim it refrained from criticising its backers

Save the Children has been campaigning for victims of the Syrian war

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Saleh Saeed, appointed CEO of the Disasters and Emergencies Committee last year, was astonished by the public’s quick response to the Philippines appeal

DEC chief Saleh Saeed and Typhoon Haiyan: The man who makes us give generously...

He tells Oliver Poole how he swung charities into action to raise £57m so far after the Philippines typhoon

19 November 2013: A man walks down steps from a tanker that was washed ashore in a particularly badly damaged part of Tacloban during Typhoon Haiyan in Leyte, Philippines

Charity bosses should not be pocketing six figure sums

They appear to have become infected with malaise that infects the City; to get bright, talented people to do important jobs they need to be paid ridiculous salaries

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British warship will take aid to previously unassisted remote islands and villages

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The home page of the website ask.fm

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UK charities hit back at salary criticism after revelation that 30 bosses paid more than £100,000 a year

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Syrian children sleeping inside their family's tent in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon

Save the Children release images of Syria's children on 'death journeys' trying to escape civil war

The charity have teamed up with photographer Moises Samen to capture children and their families crossing boarders into neighbouring countries as part of today's World Refugee Day

Julia Donaldson, creator of ‘The Gruffalo’, is backing the campaign

Children’s authors unite to fight scourge of malnutrition

Children’s authors are launching a campaign today to persuade governments to step up aid to combat malnutrition which blights the life chances of millions of children.

A global survey of women's health and political influence claims that Britain is a worse place to be a mother than most of its European neighbours

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Britain is a worse place to be a mother than most of its European neighbours, including Germany, France and Ireland, claims a global survey of women's health and political influence.

Two million children are Syria's 'forgotten victims'

Young people are at risk of malnutrition, disease and trauma, according to Save the Children

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