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Discussing the Issue of Safety for Women at Abhyuday, IIT Bombay

Discussing the Issue of Safety for Women at Abhyuday, IIT Bombay

We had yet another phenomenal association with Abhyuday, IIT Bombay the second year in a row on 13th Jan 2019. Titled ‘Changemakers: Centrestage with Women’ the discussion was centred around the issue of safety for women with a clear focus on girls’ under the larger theme of women empowerment.

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Save the Children Becomes a Proud NGO Partner of the The Indian Express Group for the 'Ramnath Goenka Excellence In Journalism Awards'

Save the Children Becomes a Proud NGO Partner of the The Indian Express Group for the 'Ramnath Goenka Excellence In Journalism Awards'

Save the Children is proud to be the ‘NGO Partner’ of The Indian Express Group for the 'Ramnath Goenka Excellence In Journalism Awards' – Being one of the most prestigious awards in the field of Journalism.

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The Story of One Man's Will to Transform the Lives of Children

Watch this documentary developed by the Nagaraju, a teacher in a Government school in Anjalapuram village in Andhra Pradesh. Anjalapuram - one the intervention villages under our project on Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building (supported by Nokia). Nagaraju is a champion! With his efforts, he has made this village 100% Child Labour- and Child Marriage-free and has ensured zero school dropouts. 

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South Delhi Municipal Corporation has Certified Hamunam Camp and Indira Camp (Ward 59) as Open Defecation Free areas in Delhi

South Delhi Municipal Corporation has Certified Hamunam Camp and Indira Camp (Ward 59) as Open Defecation Free areas in Delhi

South Delhi Municipal Corporation has certified Hamunam Camp and Indira Camp (Ward 59) as Open Defecation Free areas in Delhi. Both these slum clusters fall within the intervention area of Save the Children’s 'Stop Diarrhoea Initiative' project in the national capital.

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Four Decades of ICDS Roll Out - Universal Coverage with Pre-school Component Still Missing: Study by Save the Children

Four Decades of ICDS Roll Out - Universal Coverage with Pre-school Component Still Missing: Study by Save the Children

17 December, New Delhi: Save the Children and the Centre for Budget & Policy Studies (CBPS), Bangalore, published a research study titled “THE RIGHT START – Investing in Early Years of Education”. The study, released by Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, assesses the various models of Early Childhood Care & Education (ECCE) to understand the situation in India and the gaps associated with it. It also consolidates some non-negotiable factors across these models for quality ECCE.

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