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Lagey Apna Sa (They Belong): Let's Hear What Children on the Streets Have to Say

Lagey Apna Sa (They Belong): Let's Hear What Children on the Streets Have to Say

'Lagey Apna Sa' (They Belong) is a film that poignantly narrates the story of those who are around us, yet neglected: 20 lakh children on the streets of India. Long ignored, every year, thousands of them get displaced. Around 80 percent of them don't have an identity and thus no social protection. It's time we start hearing what street-connected children have to say, acknowledge their issus and accord them an identity.

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COVID-19: Standard Guidelines for ICDS Centre and Digital Based Curriculum Launched

COVID-19: Standard Guidelines for ICDS Centre and Digital Based Curriculum Launched

The Director of Women and Child Development Department, Karnataka, Sri K A Dayananda (IAS), today, launchedthe Standard Guidelines for Covid-19 resilient ICDS Centre and Gulmohar (digital-based curriculum to encourage home learning environment).
 

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Rewriting the New Normal for Children Impacted by COVID-19

Rewriting the New Normal for Children Impacted by COVID-19

As the world embraces the "New Normal" for the time being, desperate to go back to the "old normal" we must pause for a moment and think that would everyone want to restore normacly in their lives? For children living on streets, for those getting trafficked and abused, for those who are severely malnourished or for girls who were married even before they turned adults, was their "normal" ever really normal?

It's time to REWRITE THE NEW NORMAL, time to REWRITE THE FUTURE.
 

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World Humanitarian Day: When Cricket is #MoreThanAGame

World Humanitarian Day: When Cricket is #MoreThanAGame

As the country is watching the progress of Indian Premier League (IPL) with the title sponsor for the 2020 season - Dream11, there’s more doing rounds to that name which is #MoreThanAGame.

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Save the Children Reacts to New Education Policy 2020

Save the Children Reacts to New Education Policy 2020

Save the Children welcomes the long awaited changes in the New Education Policy. It is extremely overwhelming to see an emphasis on Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE - 3 to 8 years), with a focus on foundational learning through an integrated/convergence approach with various Ministries such as Health, Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD) and Ministry of Education (MoE).

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