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Today, on her birthday, join Dia Mirza on her official Facebook page ( for a Facebook Live. Dia will be answering questions on her association with Save the Children. You can post your questions in the Comment box. #EveryLastChild
In which Dia Mirza, our new Artist Ambassador makes an impassioned appeal to create an unstoppable movement for change, change for children. Do watch and share. Together we can reach #EveryLastChild.
On her birthday today, we welcome aboard Dia Mirza as Save the Children’s new Artist Ambassador. A renowned actor and activist, Dia is an effective voice on causes ranging from environment to children’s welfare. We wish her a very happy birthday and are sure that her association with us will lend a huge impetus to our efforts to reach #EveryLastChild.
Save the Children India
12/08/2016 at 11:00. Facebook
In a significant development in the area of child rights, three villages in Nalanda district of #Bihar have been declared child labour free, a unique feat perhaps not achieved by any other district in the state. This has been made possible due to the efforts of Save the Children.

Together with our local partner 'Jeevika', we launched a campaign against child labour in 50 villages of Harnaut...
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3 Nalanda villages declared child labour free - Times of India

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Save the Children India
12/08/2016 at 08:48. Facebook
Don’t forget to visit our Facebook page tomorrow. We have a big announcement coming your way. We have stepped up our journey to reach #EveryLastChild and it now enters into the next phase. Keep watching this space.
Save the Children India
12/07/2016 at 11:27. Facebook
A big announcement is coming your way day after tomorrow. Our journey to reach #EveryLastChild in India enters into the next phase. Don’t forget to watch this space on Friday, December 9 at 11 am! #StayTuned
Save the Children India
12/05/2016 at 06:15. Facebook
Malnutrition destroys childhoods like nothing else. You can be a ray of hope for a malnourished child by committing just Rs. 800 a month or Rs. 2500 one-time. We have projects spanning across six states of India wherein we are helping children aged 3 to 6 years leave behind a life of malnutrition. In 2015, we pulled 4238 children out of malnutrition and with your support, we can rid one more...
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Save the Children's short documentary film 'Rhythm of Life' is a story of hope, achievements and promises to work with the children and demonstrate that despite of all struggles, there is hope. The film depicts the "rhythm" of M-East ward area of Shivaji Nagar, Govandi in Mumbai. Save the Children and Apnalaya India are working together in addressing child malnutrition (0-5 age group) in the...
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Save the Children's short documentary film 'Rhythm of Life' is a story of hope, achievements and promises to work with the children and demonstrate that despite of all struggles, there is hope. The film depicts the "rhythm" of M-East ward area of Shivaji Nagar, Govandi in Mumbai. Save the Children and Apnalaya India are working together in addressing child malnutrition (0-5 age group) in the...
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In 2015, we reached 4.5 lac children through our programmes in the area of Health & Nutrition. Work done in urban areas under our 'Saving Newborn Lives' (SNL) project was showcased today at a National Meet in New Delhi. The programme, amongst its many initiatives focusses on saving new born lives and is currently active in Delhi, Pune and Bhubaneswar. The meet was graced by officials from...
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Scenes from Save the Children's national office in Gurugram. All of our staff sports our funky glasses from the Global Citizen India Festival and pledges support for #EveryLastChild.
Save the Children was thrilled to be a part of the Global Citizen India Festival engaging with thousands of enthusiastic youth advocates who performed social actions to attend the "concert of a lifetime". The youth wrote their dreams for children and pinned it up for the world to see, hence making the issues concerning children visible. They wore funky glasses symbolizing that they see...
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Save the Children's #EveryLastChild campaign drew massive support at the Global Citizen India Festival in Mumbai last Saturday. Hundreds of people - boys and girls, students and working professionals, young and old - thronged our two stalls and supported us whole-heartedly. They wore our glasses and shared with us their "dreams for children". They also learned about our work through...
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Save the Children has partnered with HT For Mumbai to bring learning to underprivileged children through a unique initiative to support ‘Every Last Child in School’ project. The project aims to reach 2500 children between 5 to 14 years to help them realise their right to quality education. These children are based in the selected slum communities from the M/East ward of Mumbai over the next...
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We wish you a very happy #UniversalChildensDay. Today's the day when United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) was adopted. The UNCRC draws heavily from the 'Declaration of the Rights of the Child drafted' by Save the Children's founder Eglantyne Jebb in 1922. Today, we reaffirm our resolve to not stop until we reach #EveryLastChild.
A string of celebrities and important people supported our #EveryLastChild campaign at Global Citizen Festival India yesterday in Mumbai. Bollywood biggies Arjun Rampal, Parineeti Chopra Sonali Bendre Behl, Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Rahul Bose, Ayushmann Khurrana, Prasoon Joshi, Malaika Arora Khan, Imtiaz Ali, Sridevi, Boney Kapoor, politician Amar Singh and United Nations Development Programme -...
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As you sway to the tunes at Global Citizen India Festival, don't forget to visit our stalls in both Green and Yellow zones and support us in our efforts to reach #EveryLastChild. We have some truly swanky glasses up for grabs.