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Chennai Cyclone Vardah

Chennai Cyclone Vardah

Cyclone Vardah spreads Havoc in Chennai & nearby districts

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Dia Mirza joins Save the Children as Artist Ambassador

Actor, Producer, Director, former Miss Asia Pacific and Humanitarian, Dia Mirza has joined hands with Save the Children; on her birthday, 9th December as an Artist Ambassador. She is committing to help raise awareness about malnutrition, quality education, gender equality and child trafficking. She will use the reach of her celebrity to champion the rights of children in India and around the world.

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Dia Mirza Stands with Every Last Child. Do you?

Save the Children is excited to have on board its new Artist Ambassador - Dia Mirza. Beginning the ambassadorship on her birthday (December 9), Dia is committing to help raise awareness on issues pertaining to India's most deprived children. She will use the reach of her celebrity to champion the rights of children in India and around the world. In this video message, Dia makes an impassioned appeal to create an unstoppable movement for change, change for children.

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Three Nalanda villages declared child labour free

In a significant development, three villages in Nalanda district of Bihar have been declared child labour free, a unique feat perhaps not achieved by any other district in the state. This has been made possible to the efforts of Save the Children.  'Save the Children' in association with Jeevika launched a campaign against child labour in 50 villages of Harnaut block in 2011. They engaged women of village organizations to connect every family to government-sponsored social security schemes like old age pension, subsidized ration etc.
 

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Saving Newborn Lives Annual Meet

Saving Newborn Lives Annual Meet

Save the Children meets the Ministry of Heallth & Family Welfare, members of civil society,  National Health missions and subject matter experts to showcase work done and to discuss & strategize future efforts of Saving Newborn lives programme of Save the Children.

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