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Ensuring the Right Start for Young Children of Bengaluru

Ensuring the Right Start for Young Children of Bengaluru

The creation of a model Hub Centre at Bashettihalli, in Bengaluru (rural), has sparked unprecedented interest among the communities, teachers and children and created a true sense of ownership by the Panchayats -- thereby transforming education of 3-6 year olds across Karnataka. The activity is an important part of the 3-year-long Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) program, being run by Save the Children – in partnership with Makkala Jagriti – since July 2017. It will conclude in March 2020.
 

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Advocating for a National Policy at Integrating Different Kinds of Learning

Advocating for a National Policy at Integrating Different Kinds of Learning

Save the Children participated in the 'National Conference on Social and Emotional Learning' in Nagpur on 2nd March 2019. The conference witnessed participation from organisations like UNICEFUNESCO New Delhi OfficeTata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, Dalai Lama Centre for Ethics, and more.

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Save the Children’s Board Member Shortlisted as a Finalist of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize

Save the Children’s Board Member Shortlisted as a Finalist of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize

Save the Children congratulates its board member Dr Swaroop Rawal for being named as one of the top 10 finalists of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize. An Ex-Miss India and a veteran actor, Dr Swaroop, has been shortlisted from around 10,000 nominations and applications across 179 countries.

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Salute to 303 Women Masons on a Mission to Re-build Kerala

Salute to 303 Women Masons on a Mission to Re-build Kerala

Save the Children’s Recovery and Rehabilitation Work in Kerala seeks to empower 303 trained women masons of Alappuzha district and also providing them with a platform to be the first responders in Emergency Response Programme.
  
At an event held on 1st March 2019 in Alappuzha District; Save the Children along with Ramoji Films and UNDP were felicitated by the Hon’ble Minister of Finance; Dr T.M. Thomas Issac and Shri. A  C Moidheen (Hon. LSG Minister). This was part of our collaborative work with District Administration, Kudumbashree and Save the Children under “I am For Alleppey”. There were other dignitaries present at the event.

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PANChSHEEL Study Presents Integrated Package of Interventions to Address Under-Nutrition in Children

PANChSHEEL Study Presents Integrated Package of Interventions to Address Under-Nutrition in Children

New Delhi 26 February: Funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and Medical Research Council (MRC), the PANChSHEEEL Study, a collaboration between University College London (UCL), Save the Children, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, was released in the capital today.

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