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Imaging Health in Social and Health Context 100

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Charity Challenges 2011 Nepal Trek (Save the children fund Australia, 2012) (Save the children fund Australia, 2012) (Save the children fund Australia, 2012) Reference List to provide children quality education to children in three schools
Children from marginalized and illiterate families in the community
all children from these schools will have the opportunity to study in a child friendly environment with improved infrastructure, toilets and drinking water Success Stories (Save the Children, 2012 ) (Save the Children, 2012 ) Five-year-old Elton from a small rural village in Mozambique
. Child mortality rates are high and poverty is crushing
have greatly benefited from a pre-school supported by Save the Children since 2008
children learn not only reading and writing, but also basic hygiene practices
sharing with each other their children’s successes and challenges at primary school. Aklia was heartbroken after three miscarriages
With only a farmer’s wages and their other children to support, her family could not afford the expensive travel to the city to visit a specialist.
Through training 75 doctors, 120 nurses and other health professionals on detection of pregnancy risk signs and safe delivery
Ministry of Health’s referral program.
All of her fears were replaced with joy (Daniele, (2010) Compassion Fatigue Haunted by the horrific situations encountered (Lynch & Lobo, 2012)

Figley (1995), defined compassion fatigue “as a state of exhaustion and dysfunction – biologically, psychologically, and socially – as a result of prolonged exposure to compassion stress...like any other kind of fatigue, reduces our capacity or our interest in bearing the suffering of others” (Lynch & Hobo, 2012, para. 9). Children Suffering “We work in the poorest countries, where children are dying from completely avoidable causes” (Save the Children, n.d.a, para. 3) Kevin Carter, won 1994 Pulitzer Award (Daniele, 2010) 1994 Pulitzer Prize Award winning photo (Daniele, 2010) At the age 33, Carter committed suicide at the place he use to play as a child.

"I am haunted by the vivid memories of killings & corpses & anger & pain... of starving or wounded children, of trigger-happy madmen."
-- Kevin Carter (Martloff, 1994, para. 4) (Daniele, 2010) (Daniele, 2010) Trust Issues Pakistan, September 6, 2012: Foreign staff of Save the Children were allocated two weeks to leave Pakistan.
Dr. Shakil Afridi worked with the CIA for the haunting of Osama Bin Laden in 2011 by faking a vaccination program.
Save the Children was accused to have been involved with the operation.
Since 1979, Save the Children has been operating in Pakistan.
Local Save the Children staff will continue their work.(Maqbool, 2012) Point of Difference Communication Theory of Change (Save the Children Australia, 2012b) Alliances with the United Nations, European Union, and African Union to advocate child’s rights policies. Advocacy is “a set of organised activities designed to influence the policies and actions of governments, international institutions, the private sector and civil society to achieve positive changes for children’s lives” (para. 3).

Four Advocacy Offices (Addis Ababa, Brussels, Geneva, New York).

(Save the Children International, n.d.b) Contacts www.savethechildren.org.au
www.savethechildren.org
www.savethechildren.net

Main Australia Office
National Melbourne Office
Level 6, 250 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002
Locked Bag 5000, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Phone: +61 3 9938 2000
Fax: +61 3 9938 2099
Email: info@savethechildren.org.au
 Western Australia Office
1074 Hay Street, West Perth WA 6005
Phone: (08) 9267 3900
Fax: (08) 9486 9503
Email: scawainfo@savethechildren.org.au What You Can Do In 1919 – children in Austria and Eastern Europe were dying of hunger
Eglantyne Jebb first began to save the children fund in Austria
- highly professional international aid organisation
Eglantyne ‘s lasting legacies continue to benefit and protect millions of children
“Eglantyne Jebb was driven by the belief that all children have the right
to a health, happy, and fulfilling life.” In our recent emergency responses we were able to: (Save the children Fund, 2010)

Provide hygiene kits containing soap, toothbrush, laundry detergent and more
Provide Household Kits with blankets, mosquito nets, plastic sheeting, brooms, mattresses, candles and more
Provide shelter materials, vitamins, medicine, school supplies (such as books), food, and clean water through the air transportation. Interprofessional collaboration A term used to describe the collaboration of different professionals in attaining a particular goal
Healthcare (Physical and Psychological)
Educators
Technology
Business and accounts
Aviation
All-round volunteers
Donors (Save the children Fund, 2010) (Save the children Fund, 2010) The “causes” of teenage pregnancies 90% of adolescent pregnancies in the developing world are to girls who are already married.

Married teenage girls are less likely to use contraception than either unmarried teens or older married women.

Up to 75% of the 18 million annual adolescent pregnancies are intended and planned (World Health Organization, 2009). Cultural Problems Resources BeyBeyondblue (2011). About Us. Retrieved fromhttp://beyondblue.org.au/index.aspx?link_id=2.
Save the children fund Australia. (2012). Nepal Trek[image]. Retrieved from http://www.savethechildren.org.au/blogs/1731-our-2011-nepal-trek-volunteers-continue-to-make-a-difference.html
Save the Children. (2006). State of the World’s Mothers 2006: Saving the Lives of Mothers and Newborns. Retrieved from http://www.savethechildren.org
Johnston, J., Truluck, C.A. (2011). Interprofessional collaboration. Radiologic Technology, 83(1), 97-99.
Save the Children USA. (2010). Getting to Great for children: 2008-2012 strategic Direction. Retrieved from: http://www.savethechildren.org/atf/cf/{9DEF2EBE-10AE-432C-9BD0-DF91D2EBA74A}/save-the-children-getting-to-great-2010.pdf
Save the Children (2012). Retrieved from http://www.Savethechildren.org.au/about-us/history/australian-history
Save the Children International (2012). Retrieved from http://www.savethechildren.org.au/ Save the children Australia (2012). Retrieved from http://savethechildrenfound/history.mht
What we Do. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.savethechildren.org.au/what-we-do.html
World Health Organisation. (2009). Bulletin of the World Health Organisation, 87(6), 405-484. Retrieved from http://www.who.int History- Save the Children Fund Children Fund- Australia First international branch was established in Melbourne in 1991
Primarily focussing on health and education
Programs and supporters in every Australian State and Territory Location Globally, 30 organization and more than 120 countries Goals Child protection
Education
Emergencies
Advocacy
Climate change and disasters
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