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Save the Children quizzes: Could you be a lifesaver or survive an epidemic?

Our sister publication How It Works has teamed up with Save the Children to support their No Child Born To Die campaign. Find out how you can get involved too…

6.3 million children die each year. That’s 17,000 dying every day. Many of these children die because they can’t get basic healthcare.

But with your help, Save the Children believes the number of preventable deaths can – and must – be brought to zero.

2015 is a huge year for this cause. The deadline is now up on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and at major meetings in September and December, world leaders must set goals for the next 15 years.

You can help push them to put children’s lives first – making sure every child, no matter where or who they are, has access to life-saving healthcare.

How it Works is getting behind this cause and giving you the chance to win a year’s subscription to the awesome How It Works magazine by completing and sharing these Save the Children quizzes, and helping spread the word about the No Child Born To Die campaign.


Ever wondered if you have what it takes to be an Emergency Response Health Worker, or if you could have survived an epidemic like Measles or Ebola? Do you think you know all there is to know about West Africa? Find out if you’re right…

For your chance to WIN a one year subscription to How it Works and to receive your quiz score, please enter your email address at the end of each quiz. Your email address will only be used for the prize draw and by Save the Children to send you more information about their work.

How It Works/Save the Children quiz hub

How It Works/Save the Children quiz hub

Quiz: Could you be a lifesaver?

Quiz: Could you be a lifesaver?

Quiz: Would you have survived an epidemic?

Quiz: Would you have survived an epidemic?

Quiz: Do you know these facts on Western Africa?

Quiz: Do you know these facts on Western Africa?




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