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Save the Children receives appreciation award by Uttarakhand Chief Minister

Save the Children receives appreciation award by Uttarakhand Chief Minister

Uttarakhand is the 4th state of India to be Open Defecation Free (ODF) after Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh and Kerala.

Save the Children was honoured today for its contribution in making Uttarakhand ODF at an event in Dehradun. The appreciation award was given by Hon’ble Minister of Drinking Water and Sanitation Narendra Singh Tomar and Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat.

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Government of Uttar Pradesh has pledged support to our SOP for street children

Government of Uttar Pradesh has pledged support to our SOP for street children

Prof. Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Hon'ble Minister of Women and Child Welfare accepted our SOP on street children. She has promised to work with Save the Children to ensure proper implementation of the SOP in the state of UP.

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One in Every Four Children Being Robbed of their Childhood, New Save the Children Report Finds


One quarter of the world's children are being denied a childhood, a new report ‘Stolen Childhoods’ from Save the Children has revealed. Launched to coincide with International Children's Day, the Stolen Childhoods report has found that at least 700 million children have had the promise of a full childhood brought to an early end. This could be when a child dies, has a child, gets married, is forced to work, suffers from chronic malnutrition poor health or experiences extreme violence.

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Bihar CM lauds Save the Children's ongoing interventions in the state

Bihar CM lauds Save the Children's ongoing interventions in the state

Save the Children in association with Mahavir Vatsalya Hospital, a leading charitable paediatric hospital in Patna, organized a Health Camp on May 29. The camp was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitisih Kumar.

The Chief Minister visited Save the Children’s stall where the details of the work done by our Bihar State Programme Office on the issue of Child Marriage, Child Survival and Health and Child Rights was shared with him. He was also informed about how we are promoting Touch-B method as a non-invasive technique for screening of anaemia among adolescents girls. 

He also showed his keen interest in our ongoing drives against child marriage in the state of Bihar.

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We won Silver as Effective campaign in social sector at 6th APAC Customer Engagement Awards

With a reach out to over 2.8 million community members, our second phase of video van campaign ‘Chup Nahi Rehna, Humse Kehna’ has been awarded a Silver as Effective BTL campaign in social/ Development sector at the 6th APAC Customer Engagement Forum and Awards.
 

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