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Media Coverage of our Global Childhood Report 2019

Media Coverage of our Global Childhood Report 2019

Save the Children’s ‘End of Childhood Report 2019’ reveals that children born today have a better chance than at any time in history to grow up healthy, educated and protected. Our Global Childhood Report analyzes the progress made for millions of children since 2000 and also shines light on the harsh realities still faced by the most vulnerable and excluded children. 

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Save the Children is Leveraging Modern Technology to get more Meaningful Insights

Save the Children is Leveraging Modern Technology to get more Meaningful Insights

Philanthropy is ingrained in the cultural and spiritual foundations of our country. Staying on the course of tradition, the Indian social sector has witnessed a steady 11% growth rate over the past five years (2014-19), according to Bain & Company. Keeping pace with other industries, philanthropic organisations are also making strides on the journey of digital transformation. Of late, it is becoming evident that some of them are already taking these steps, specifically in areas of finance and human resources—areas of maximum significance to non-profits.

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Street-Connected Children from North India Demand Action

Street-Connected Children from North India Demand Action

Street-connected young people from north India participated in the play-offs of the first ever Street
Child Cricket World Cup today, playing at the home of cricket, Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, UK.
The young north Indian team put in superb fielding performance to secure a fifth place finish, a small
consolation for narrowly missing out on the semi-finals to Bangladesh.
 

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Picking up the Pieces after Cyclone Fani won’t be easy: Hindustan Times Story

Picking up the Pieces after Cyclone Fani won’t be easy: Hindustan Times Story

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday conducted an aerial survey of Puri and Khurdha districts of Odisha to see for himself the scale of devastation caused by Cyclone Fani, which made landfall in the state on May 3. During the prime minister’s visit, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said Odisha deserves “special category status” for being the most disaster-prone state in India. His demand is understandable. A Super Cyclone flattened the state in 1999; in 2013, Odisha was hit by Cyclone Phailin, and in 2018 by Cyclone Titli. In 2019, it was Cyclone Fani.

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Gully Boys and Girls to take Strike at Lord's: DNA India Story

Gully Boys and Girls to take Strike at Lord's: DNA India Story

Street Child Cricket World Cup will witness kids from 9 countries battle it out from today. 

“I want to play like Virat Kohli,” said 13-year-old Lusi Sharma, who is gearing up to play at an international cricket tournament at Lord's, England, ahead of the upcoming ICC World Cup. 

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