While my family and friends celebrated Chinese New Year back home, I was in the coldest winter that New York had experienced in the past 20 years to create the next set of global development goals.
Children happily gathered around, dancing and shouting "Hello Grandpa Xi!" when Chinese President Xi Jinping visited one of Save the Children's child-friendly spaces in Yunnan province
At 4:30 pm on Sunday, August 3, 2014, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck Ludian County in Zhaotong Municipality, Yunnan Province in southwestern China. Save the Children dispatched its first team to the earthquake-hit area on August 6th for rapid needs assessment.
On August 29, Save the Children and our partners jointly held a conference in Beijing, China to discuss inclusive education.
On October 17th 2014, children in Shanghai and Xinjiang participated in Save the Children’s biggest annual child participation event, the Race for Survival.
This publication in English language will present the readers Save the Children's work in China in 2013, e.g. saving children's lives, education and development, children protection, disaster risk reduction and humaniterian relief.
Education-Basic Education-Demonstration Class-Jinping No. 1 Primary School-Yunnan-P&G-By王鹏飞-Dec 2013 (4)