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Leading NGO in Delhi working for Child education

Education is the key that can help any society develop to its full capacity. It has the power to bring revolution and shape futures. Save the Children is one of the leading child rights NGO’s that has many education related programmes across India. Our aim is to ensure that every last child reaches school and stays there.

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Gift Good Karma to Your Loved Ones, Help Change a Life

What is ‘Good Karma’? Does it even exist? All these questions often crop up in our minds, especially when we see children or people on the peripheries. Peop always think about how they can help someone. But this thought often fizzles out because we the people of the 21st century don’t have time for anything. We have engaged ourselves in meaningless social networking and activities. These instead of bringing us closer as a society, have on the contrary detached us more than ever before.

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Gender Discrimination in the Indian Society

Gender disparity still exists in India. Being born as women in the Indian society one has to face gender discrimination at all levels. At the household level - females are confined to the bounds of their household chores, raising children and looking after families, irrespective of her education degrees or her job profile.

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Top Child Development NGO in India

Many non-profit organisations are working on issues pertaining to children. But by carving a niche for itself, Save the Children has by far emerged as one of the most committed and leading independent child rights non-profit organisation. As of December 2017, they were working in 19 states of India. It started in 2008 in India, and is registered as ‘Bal Raksha Bharat’. Till date, they have changed the lives of more than 10 million (1 crore) children. Last year, they reached 22.7 lakh children in need.

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Child Sex Ratio in India- Progress and the Way Forward

Child Sex Ratio (CSR) has significantly declined with 918 girls per 1000 boys in the age group of 0-6 years as per the Census, 2011. CSR has declined in 429 districts out of 640 districts. This is two-thirds of the country. 244 districts were below the national average of 918.

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