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  • Baseline Study for ‘Build It Better’ Nutrition Project in Jharkhand: Final Report

    Save the Children has collaborated with NITI Aayog and Herbalife to support two of the most affected Aspirational Districts (West Singhbhum and Gumla) in Jharkhand to improve the nutritional outcome for all the children and women in the targeted geography by strengthening the ICDS systems and by creating an enabling environment that results in evidence based, sustainable, multi-sectoral nutrition actions delivered at scale. This baseline study creates a reference for tracking the result level indicators which contribute towards improving nutrition for all children and women as well as generate local evidence and learnings.

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  • Baseline Study for Vision Healthy India Project on Malnutrition: Fight Against the Silent Emergency in Delhi

    Child malnutrition is a key cause for over two-fifth of all under five mortalities in India. Children living in metropolitan slums are at even more risk of different under-nutrition states like stunting, wasting etc. Identifying this challenge of poor nutrition levels among infants, children and mothers in “Bhanwar Singh Camp” of Vasant Vihar, Delhi, Save the children has proposed to implement a project called ‘Vision Healthy India – Fight Against the Silent Emergency” involving an integrated package of multi-sectoral interventions related to WASH, early childhood development and maternal, new-born and child health. A baseline study was undertaken to set benchmarks of measurable output and outcome indicators at the beginning of the project.

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  • Coverage of Essential Nutrition Interventions in Rural West Bengal

    Save the Children collaborated with the Hans Foundation to address the curse of malnutrition affecting children in the Sundarbans area of West Bengal. The study delves into the coverage and impact of nutrition-specific and sensitive interventions in Sundarbans, where merely 9% of children aged 6-23 months receive an adequate diet.

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  • Pattern of Household Income-Expenditure & Coverage of Social Protection Schemes:

    This study report throws light on the interrelation between household incomes and affordability of nutritious food at a family level among the ultra-poor, through a sample drawn from Chaibasa and Tonto blocks of West Singhbhum district in Jharkhand. The report reveals how a majority of the marginalized population is still unable to afford nutritious food and lacks the knowledge, awareness and access to nutrition focused social protection schemes, while the well-off population draws the benefits out of them.

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  • Public Expenditure Review on Nutrition in Jharkhand:

    This report analyses why the key nutrition indicators in the state of Jharkhand continue to be low despite the focused actions taken by the Government of Jharkhand to achieve the Nutrition Mission’s aspiration. It throws light on some major drivers for high prevalence of stunting, underweight, and anaemia among children and women and also makes pertinent recommendations for course correction.

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  • Dividends of Faith – Review of Public Expenditures on Adolescents in Bihar – Between 2015-16 and 2020-21:

    This study report analyses the public expenditure made for the adolescents of Bihar between 2015-16 to 2020-21. The report considers the context of COVID-19, prolonged lockdowns and suspension on education and other public services and throws light on the implementation challenges and suggest some key imperatives for strengthening adolescent programs in the state.

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  • Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) study on gender norms and social practices that restrict young girls’ economic empowerment:

    This qualitative study throws light on the existing social and gender norms, barriers and challenges that inhibits adolescents’ access to education and it’s alternatives, social protection, sexual and reproductive health rights, skill building or livelihood in West Bengal.

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  • Annual Report 2019-20 (Digital Version)

    Get an insight into our work for children of India in 2019-20

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  • Annual Report 2019-20

    Get an insight into our work for children of India in 2019-20

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  • A GENERATION AT STAKE: PROTECTING INDIA’S CHILDREN FROM THE IMPACT OF COVID-19

    The report is a part of the global research study conducted in 46 countries which analyzes the impact of the pandemic on the lives of children when it comes to their protection, health, education and over well-being and make some truly pertinent recommendations as the way ahead.

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  • Executive Summary: ‘Protect A Generation: Climate Security for India’s Children’ Report

    The growing instances of extreme weather events like floods, cyclones, erosions in disaster prone areas increases the socio economic and psychosocial vulnerabilities of children living in these geographies and threatens their fundamental rights, says PwC India – Save the Children India study on ‘Protect a Generation: Climate security for India’s children’.

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  • Annual Report 2018-19

    Save the Children Annual Report 2018-19

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  • THE MANY FACES OF EXCLUSION: End of Childhood Report 2019

    In commemoration of International Children’s Day, Save the Children releases its second annual End of Childhood Index, taking a hard look at the events that rob children of their childhoods and prevent them from reaching their full potential.

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  • Education Report Card Of India

    The report card is on selected 10 indicators to know the status of the Right to Education Act.

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  • Annual Report 2017-18

    Latest Annual Report

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  • EndofChildhood_Report_2018

    Our second Global End of Childhood Report and Childhood Index that examines “childhood enders” around the world. Factors like poverty, conflict and discrimination against girls are putting more than 1.2 billion children at risk of having an early end to their childhood.

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  • Annual Report 2017

    Annual Report 2017

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