Save the Children has launched a two-year pilot project to bring high-quality pneumonia care to approximately 90,000 children below the age of five years in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Titled ‘Project Vishwas’, the program has been launched across 45 urban wards in Rajasthan and two rural blocks in Uttar Pradesh in collaboration with Philips India and Philips Foundation. Here are some of the media coverage of the project launch.

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