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Impacting Rural India through Digital Inclusion

Save the Children, through this programme, has benefitted over 6 lakh people, including 2.5 lakh children through their ‘Building Resilience of Children and their Communities’ project. The 3-level unified intervention of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP), and Information Technology, across 350 villages, made communities affected by developmental and weather-related risks more competent. This programme supported schools and communities in Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Rajasthan, and Tamil Nadu, making them resilient and simultaneously empowering them to access and maintain a dignified life.

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BREATH OF LIFE:

Help Delhi Fight Back COVID-19 by Supporting Save the Children's and Huma Qureshi's Efforts towards Setting up of a 100-bed Medical Facility in the City

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BREATH OF LIFE:

Help Delhi Fight Back COVID-19 by Supporting Save the Children's and Huma Qureshi's Efforts towards Setting up of a 100-bed Medical Facility in the City

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