Salman, a Child Champion of Save the Children, left Save the Children fundraisers from across the world and Bollywood star Dia Mirza (a proud Save the Children Artist Ambassador) teary-eyed with his speech at Save the Children’s Fundraising Forum 2017. He said in his mother tongue Hindi – ‘Don’t stop doing what you’re doing because the lives of many children like me depend upon what you do....
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Save the Children India
02/25/2017 at 09:30. Facebook
At the recently-concluded Global Fundraising Forum in India, the leaders of Save the Children from across the globe encouraged all fundraisers to be “Shameless” and leave no opportunity to raise funds. They said in one voice, “We will be shameless, because we are not doing this for ourselves, we are doing this for deprived children who are not even able to fulfill their right to an enabling...
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Save the Children India
02/25/2017 at 04:30. Facebook
Fundraisers of Save the Children, from across the world, came together at Save the Children’s Global Fundraising Forum 2017 held in India this week. They made a fierce pledge to raise more funds so that we can reach more children. Did you know that various international members of Save the Children Alliance such as Save the Children USA, UK, Australia, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Norway, and many...
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Save the Children India
02/22/2017 at 12:18. Facebook
Our Artist Ambassador Dia Mirza’s second project visit in Delhi was truly eventful. She visited one of our intervention schools in South Delhi to meet children who come from communities where hygiene and sanitation are in an abysmal state. Dia learnt during the interaction with children how Save the Children - through group discussions, classroom sessions and painting competitions - made them...
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Save the Children India
02/22/2017 at 07:37. Facebook
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), in collaboration with Save the Children, released the “Standard Operating Procedures for Care and Protection of Children in Street Situations” at an event held in New Delhi. Before the official launch, Honorable Minister for Women and Child Development, Maneka Gandhi met Dia Mirza, Artist Ambassador for Save the Children and...
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Save the Children India
02/21/2017 at 10:33. Facebook
Dia Mirza, Artist Ambassador, Save the Children speaking at the launch of Standing Operating Procedure (SoP) for care and protection of children in street situations. The SoP is a joint initiative of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) and Save the Children.
Save the Children India
02/21/2017 at 10:26. Facebook
Stuti Narain Kacker, Chairperson of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) speaking at the launch of Standing Operating Procedure (SoP) for care and protection of children in street situations. The SoP is a joint initiative of NCPCR and Save the Children.
Save the Children India
02/21/2017 at 10:17. Facebook
Salman, our Child Champion speaking at the launch of Standing Operating Procedure (SoP) for care and protection of children in street situations. The SoP is a joint initiative of NCPCR and Save the Children.
Save the Children India
02/21/2017 at 06:20. Facebook
Dia's Delhi Diary, Day 1: Yesterday was the first day of our Artist Ambassador Dia Mirza's visit to our Delhi programme. Dia visited the Community Managed Toilet we operate at the Indira Kalyan Vihar Slum in the Okhla area of South Delhi. The community in the slum gave a warm welcome to the Bollywood star. The children in the slum had a fun time interacting with Dia. She listened to their...
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Save the Children India
02/20/2017 at 11:01. Facebook
Launching tomorrow: Save the Children's Standard Operations Procedure (SOPs) on addressing the issues of street children in India. Our Artist Ambassador Dia Mirza will be launching these SOPs at an event in New Delhi. This comes as a big win for our policy-influencing initiatives. The SOP will be adopted by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) and will serve as...
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We’re excited for our Artist Ambassador Dia Mirza’s visit to our Delhi programme this coming week. Dia will be visiting our projects on education and sanitation. She will also be interacting with the children we reach out to through these projects.

In a separate event, Dia will launch the Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) developed by us. These SOPs will serve as a guiding document on ‘How...
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Nothing is more precious than the smile on the face of a child. Join us in spreading smiles among the most deprived children of India. Support at: bit.ly/2iUEL3N and #MakeADifference. #EveryLastChild
Save the Children's short documentary film 'Rhythm of Life' has been bestowed upon with Honorable Jury Mention in the 4th Noida International Film Festival.

The film is shot in M-East ward of Shivaji Nagar in Govandi area of Mumbai - the ward with the lowest social indicators out of the 24 municipal wards of Mumbai. The area has high infant mortality, low life expectancy and high rates of...
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All of 12, Jyoti, a differently-abled girl was not getting access to special school for her learning and development. Her village, Kanakwal Chehlan in Mansa district of Punjab had a primary school that she was made to attend. The education she was getting there was not helping her as she could not understand and respond to anything happening in the classroom. This is the situation of a large...
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We’re participating in the National Convention on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) organized by Udgam Trust. You can watch live as Ms Kamal Gaur from Save the Children share her insights on the topic: Education and ‘Gender – Necessary Means for Nation’s Progress’. Head to [ Facebook.com Link ] at 10 am tomorrow.

When it comes to CSR, we are the partner-of-choice for some of India's...
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Save the Children, with support from GSK, is working to impart skill training to youth, men and women in Vemagal village (in Kolar district of Karnataka). This is to generate sustainable alternative livelihoods, motivate people for entrepreneurship and prevent seasonal migration. One such initiative is the all-women sanitary pad manufacturing unit we have set up in Vemagal. The unit has not...
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Children are able to ask questions from teachers and interact with their counterparts in other schools because of video conferencing. Studying is now more interactive and participative. Thanks to Avaya India for their ongoing commitment to Save the Children.
In a major achievement by the Punjab and Haryana State Programme Office of Save the Children, 79655 acres of farmland has been declared child labour-free by landlords. 6935 operating landlords have pledged to not employ children in their cotton fields. How did we achieve this amazing feat? Read here to find out: [ Savethechildren.in Link ] #StopChildLabour
Save the Children's short documentary film 'Rhythm of Life' has been selected for the 4th Noida International Film Festival. The film is shot in M-East Ward area of Shivaji Nagar (in Govandi slums) of Mumbai - the ward which is lowest in terms of all social indicators out of the 24 municipal wards of Mumbai.

This 12-minute long documentary is a story of hope, achievements and the...
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Our National Campaigns Manager, Pragya Vats took part in a debate on NDTV on the topic: 'SOLUTIONS JOURNALISM: THE HEALTHY ROAD AHEAD'. The role of Solutions Journalism in improving 'social' infrastructure, like poverty and livelihoods solutions, financial inclusion and development was discussed. We called for a focus on how journalism and media reportage can play a role in providing vital...
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Save the Children on NDTV debate on "Solutions Journalism"

Our National Campaigns Manager, Pragya Vats took part in a debate on NDTV on the topic: 'SOLUTIONS JOURNALISM: THE HEALTHY ROAD AHEAD'. The role of Solutions...

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