The first 24 hours of a child's life are the most dangerous, with more than one million babies dying each year on their first and only day of life, according to this new report published by Save the Children. Says that one half of first day deaths around the world could be prevented if the mother and baby had access to free health care and a skilled midwife.

This overview report shows that children are an important group in the context of climate change, as a disproportionally and severely affected group, and as an important resource for adaptation and policy response.

In the past two decades, progress in tackling malnutrition has been pitifully slow. This report demonstrate how investment in nutrition is not only the right thing to do, it is a down-payment on future prosperity.

The Child Development Index (CDI) offers a fascinating insight into how children are faring around the world.

This report by Save the Children analyses the causes of malnutrition, focusing on chronic malnutrition and stunting in children. It warns that 300 children are dying of malnutrition each hour, totaling 2.6 million every year.

What are the world's best and worst places to be a mother? The 12th annual Mothers' Index analyzes health, education and economic conditions for women and children in 164 countries. Norway ranks 1 this year and Afghanistan ranks last. The United States comes in at 31 among the 43 developed countries ranked.

More than 82 million children are underweight in commonwealth countries, according to Save the Children in a new report, which says that if these children are ever to stand a fair chance of survival

Climate change greatly increases the risk that the most basic rights of children in poor countries will not be met. These children are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of global warming and yet least to blame. Save the Children

This Save the Children report highlights the achievements and challenges in ensuring the survival of children under the age of five. Its publication coincides with the launch of the global campaign on newborn and child survival and serves to remind world leaders to honour their commitments to achieve Millennium Development Goal 4.