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A Sincere Attempt to Make Homeless Children ‘Visible’

A Sincere Attempt to Make Homeless Children ‘Visible’

Street Children are among the invisible sections of the society as they have no presence in the government records. Despite being economically backward and vulnerable, very few social security measures are directed at them.

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Bringing Forward the Voices of Street Children- ‘The Invisibles’

Bringing Forward the Voices of Street Children- ‘The Invisibles’

Sports is one common language that the world resonates with, sports is all-encompassing in its scope and comes with an unparalleled sense of enthusiasm and participation. Save the Children is ecstatic to announce our collaboration with the @istreetworldcup for a one-of-a-kind event to bring forward the voice of children on street – ‘The Invisibles’.

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Gearing up for the Upcoming Global Goals World Cup

The Global Goals World Cup is an activist tournament for women and the first of its kind. In this, the teams choose one of the 17 Global Goals to take action on after the tournament.

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100 Years of Successfully Trying to Secure Child Rights

100 Years of Successfully Trying to Secure Child Rights

This year, we turn 100 and it fills us with immense pride in successfully running a global movement for changing children’s lives for good. Save the Children has not only witnessed history unfold but has created history.

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Save the Children’s Response to the Kerala Floods

Save the Children’s Response to the Kerala Floods

In August 2018, the southern state of Kerala, often known as the God’s own country was struck by devastating floods. 493 people lost their lives during these floods. Kerala suffered an estimated loss of Rs. 25,000 crores (approximately 3 billion USD). More than 10 million people were affected by the floods. These were by far the worst floods Kerala witnessed in the past 100 years.

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