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NO CHILD SHOULD DIE OF MALNUTRITION OR DISEASE

Yet 11.7 lakh Indian children under the age of 5, like Anand, die every year because of them. For children like Anand, these causes are easily preventable with simple, life-saving solutions. With a donation to Save the Children, you can give children like Anand the nutritious food they need to survive, and provide the specialist medical care they need to recover. Please donate today, with your support you really can save lives.

  • ₹800 Can bring therapeutic food to help a malnourished child survive
  • ₹1600 Can provide antibiotics and vital medical care to children in need

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ABOUT SAVE THE CHILDREN

Save the Children is India’s leading independent child rights organisation which has impacted the lives of more than 10.1 million children in the last 11 years. Founded in 1919, Save the Children has been working in India as an independent entity since 2008. We are on the ground every day, doing whatever it takes to help the most vulnerable and marginalized children survive, thrive and learn. Our pioneering programmes based on a century of experience address children’s unique needs, giving them a healthy start, opportunities to learn, and protection from harm. When disasters strike, we are always among the first to respond and last to leave, ensuring we reach out to every last child. In 2018, Save the Children impacted the lives of more than 1.2 million children.
In the period 2019-2021, Save the Children is poised to reach 4 million most marginalised children and catalyze change for many more in India across 12 states. We will do this by innovating, tapping emerging trends and forging strategic partnerships.