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Save the Children's staff felicitated on Independence Day

Save the Children's staff felicitated on Independence Day

On the eve of 71st Independence Day, two "heroes" from Save the Children’s Punjab and Haryana State Programme Office were honoured by the District Administration for their commendable work on promoting child rights in their respective districts.
 

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Four of Save the Children’s project villages in Haryana declared Child Friendly

Four of Save the Children’s project villages in Haryana declared Child Friendly

In an initiative under the Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS), four of Save the Children’s project villages in Haryana have been declared Child Friendly. The Sarpanches of these four villages were honored on the eve of 71st Independence Day by the District Administration of Fatehabad. The four villages are: Bhado Hosnak and Dhani Main Khan from Fatehabad block, Bhuthan Khurd and Tibbi from Bhuna block.

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Dia Mirza's Visit to Save the Children's Sanitation Project in Delhi

A toilet means little to those who have it. For the ones who don't, it is the difference between good and bad health, a voice and no voice and much more. Watch this video. This is real people, doing real work, for the nation. Over 20,000 have benefitted from our 20-seater Community-managed Toilet in this small locality of Delhi. Thank you Dia Mirza for your unwavering support to reach 'Every Last Child'. A big thank you to all those who donate to Save the Children. 

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Save the Children Announces “Bihar Media Fellowships - 2017” for Journalists from Bihar

Save the Children Announces “Bihar Media Fellowships - 2017” for Journalists from Bihar

Patna. 24 July. Save the Children, India’s leading independent organisation for children, announced 5 Media Fellowships for journalists from Bihar at a function held here to felicitate previous Media Fellows. Save the Children in the year 2013, has already successfully conducted a media fellowship programme and has now announced similar “Bihar Media Fellowship Programme - 2017-18”.

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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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