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Mothers and Health Workers Join Hands to Fight Diarrhoea

Mothers and Health Workers Join Hands to Fight Diarrhoea

Save the Children, focuses on closely working with communities. Safe and healthy upbringing of the children is ensured by working closely with families in the particular communities by our Field Agents or Community Health Workers. During one of these visits, we came across Sonam - a young mother. She had an infant son, who was severely unwell.
 

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Mumbai Street Children Gain Identity and Rights through Aadhaar

 Street Children living around Mumbai Central are set to get identity cards following the successful Aadhaar camp held today, by Save the Children. Over 156 children have been registered to get the national identity cards in Mumbai, which is the first step to ensure that health, education and protection mechanisms are made available to children living on streets.

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Manisha, this One is for You! Keep Shining.

Manisha, this One is for You! Keep Shining.

I woke up to a typical Monsoon morning in Mumbai, with a heavy downpour on 4th of July. I had planned the day to meet with an incredible bunch of children who live in street situations. A day, I knew was very significant for them. Save the Children along with organisations like Hamara Foundation and Government had organised an Aadhar Camp to give identity proof to children who live on the streets. As I was driving down to join the children, with rain splashing outside, I wondered what it means to be one of the 2 million children that live in street situations in India on a day like this.

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Robust municipal finance is key to addressing child rights issues

Robust municipal finance is key to addressing child rights issues

An opinion piece on how robust municipal finance is the key to address child rights issues in urban areas by Manish Thakre, Senior Manager and Manabendranath Ray, Director, Urban Strategy Initiative at Save the Children, was published in the Financial Express

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State Level Seminar against Child Labour held in Bhopal

On 12th June, 2018, Save the Children jointly organised a State Level Seminar against Child Labour in Bhopal. Results from Save the Children’s Child Rights Situation Analysis (CRSA) conducted in Madhya Pradesh (MP) in context of cotton farming and the Situational Analysis of Child Labour in 10 districts of the state were shared. 

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