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‘Every Last Child’ campaign to reach two million ‘invisible’ children

New campaign from Save the Children, to also ensure that 500,000 street children in India access vital health, education and protection services

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Save the Children releases reports on street children in five cities of India

March 29, New Delhi: Save the Children released two research reports on street children: ‘Situation Analysis of Street Children in 5 Cities of India’ (Hyderabad, Kolkata, Patna, Lucknow and Mughalsarai) and ‘Policy Mapping Study on Street Children’. The reports were released by eminent civil society members, including Stuti Narain Kacker, Chairperson of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) at an event held at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi. Street children are ubiquitous but their lives continue to remain shrouded in mystery and little is known and understood about the conditions in which they live in our cities. With not much evidence being there to inform and influence the policy-makers, the interventions meant for street children have not shown the desired results. This is the gap our study aims to address.

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Renowned Finnish Actor Interacts with our Children in our Project Areas

Pirkka-Pekka Petelius, Finland’s leading celebrity actor, director, producer, screenplay writer and singer recently visited Save the Children’s project areas in Dungarpur (Rajasthan).

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Save the Children wins ‘Best Child Rights NGO in Rajasthan’ award

Save the Children has been felicitated as the ‘Best NGO Working on Child Rights in Rajasthan’ in NGO Felicitation and Wish Realization Awards 2016 by Zee TV. We have been awarded in a ceremony organized at Hotel Marriot in Jaipur which was broadcast live on Zee Marudhara today afternoon.

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Bengaluru Children Gear up to Reach Schools

Bengaluru Children Gear up to Reach Schools

Save the Children is training Aanganwadi workers in slum areas of Bengaluru to prepare children coming there to take the leap to formal schooling.

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