Save A Child
Save A Child is registered under Company Number 11988226

Affiliates and Partners

Save a Child is working with organisations and individuals across the world to help bridge the gap in paediatric emergency care.  

LEO Innovation Lab is established by LEO Pharma A/S as a small organisation. They are driving radical innovation to bring build digital solutions to market that address the challenges of the modern patient journey. Their work is enabled by LEO Pharma’s unique ownership structure - owned by the LEO Foundation, with no shareholders, all profits are reinvested to help patients. LEO Innovation Lab has committed to assist the creation of the Save A Child organisation and support the development of the digital platform by donating know-how within telemedicine.

The Paediatric Blast Injury Partnership

Save a Child is affiliated to The Paediatric Blast Injury Partnership (PBIP) founded by Save the Children and Imperial College London. The PBIP brings together expert individuals, institutions, INGOs, patients, caregivers and communities committed to finding practical solutions to the challenges of paediatric blast injury. It works across the continuum of blast casualty, from point of wounding, through rehabilitation and beyond.

LEO Innovation Lab

LEO Innovation Lab is established by LEO Pharma A/S as a small organisation. They are driving radical innovation to bring build digital solutions to market that address the challenges of the modern patient journey. Their work is enabled by LEO Pharma’s unique ownership structure - owned by the LEO Foundation, with no shareholders, all profits are reinvested to help patients. LEO Innovation Lab has committed to assist the creation of the Save A Child organisation and support the development of the digital platform by donating know-how within telemedicine.

Road To Peace

The Save a Child Initiative evolved from the work of Road to Peace, a British based charity working with organisations and individuals across the world to help build alliances between communities in conflict and to facilitate medical treatment for sick and injured children.