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Save the Children on India’s achievement on the reduced under-five mortality rate

Save the Children on India’s achievement on the reduced under-five mortality rate

September 20, New Delhi: Save the children is delighted to note this crucial leap in reducing under five mortality. Sustained efforts to reduce under-five mortality in India have proved successful with the country’s Under-5 mortality Rate (U5MR) estimated to be same as the global average for the first time in history.

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Save the Children: Announcement of new Chairperson

Save the Children: Announcement of new Chairperson

New Delhi. 11 September. Save the Children announces the appointment of Deepak Kapoor as the new Chairperson of its 12-member Governing Council. He succeeds Harpal Singh, who has been the Chairperson since 2009 and has completed a decade’s service on the Board.
 

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Setting Exceptional Examples of Community Resilience- Kerala Floods

Kerala has been at the receiving end of nature's fury. Watch this video to understand the magnitude at which Kerala floods has impacted the lives and livelihoods of people.

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Comprehending Challenges Faced by Street Children- Steering Committee Meeting in Maharashtra

Comprehending Challenges Faced by Street Children- Steering Committee Meeting in Maharashtra

Mumbai, Maharashtra has witnessed 30 years of its intervention while dealing with the children living in street situations. Yet, lot to be done for them, ensuring each child gets access to her/his basic rights. Since past three years, we, at Save the Children Maharashtra team started working closely with various Govt. Departments and pioneering civil society organisations with a hope to bring systemic changes in the lives of children living in street situations.

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Cleaning Wayanad- A Save the Children Initiative Post Kerala Floods

Cleaning Wayanad- A Save the Children Initiative Post Kerala Floods

As a part of a larger initiative one of the biggest issues that Kerala faces as an aftermath of the terrible floods of 2018 is that of cleaning up the spaces to make them hygienic and livable again.

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