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Twinkle Khanna Turns Artist Ambassador for Save The Children

Twinkle Khanna Turns Artist Ambassador for Save The Children

#TwinkleKhanna joins Save the Children as Artist Ambassador to promote adolescent health and menstrual hygiene.

Indian author, newspaper columnist, film producer and former Bollywood actor, Twinkle Khanna, has joined Save the Children as the Artist Ambassador to champion girls’ encourage adolescent health and right to menstrual hygiene.

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Bidisha Pillai CEO, Save the Children India was Quoted in Deutshe Welle, Germany’s International Broadcaster

Bidisha Pillai CEO, Save the Children India was Quoted in Deutshe Welle, Germany’s International Broadcaster

The latest Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) frames India as a success story, with newly analyzed data revealing the country has made rapid progress on reducing poverty over the last decade. Our CEO Bidisha Pillai was Quoted in Deutshe Welle, Germany’s International Broadcaster. Despite the progress, Bidisha says India's reduction in poverty doesn't guarantee children better access to rights and quality of life.

 

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Online Coverage of Save the Children's Response to Kerala Floods

Online Coverage of Save the Children's Response to Kerala Floods

The state of affairs is melancholic and the scale of the tragedy will be clear only after the affected areas become more accessible. Save the Children was one of the first few NGOs to respond to the flood crisis in Kerala.

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Kerala Floods Aftermath: Schools Try to Boost Morale with Games

Kerala Floods Aftermath: Schools Try to Boost Morale with Games

Vikas Gora, Regional Manager (South India) of the NGO, Save the Children, who has 25 years of work experience working in disaster relief efforts, said the people and government of Kerala had set a benchmark. “This really is an extraordinary demonstration of resilience of communities…

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 Multi-Resource Centre Set up by Save the Children at Chennai

Multi-Resource Centre Set up by Save the Children at Chennai

Save the Children sets up Multi-Resource Centre for faster JJ inquiry process

 

1 September, Chennai: Department of Social Defense, Government of Tamil Nadu in collaboration with Save the Children, a leading child rights organisation, established one of its kind, technology enabled Multipurpose Resource Center (MRC) at the department office, for children in need of care and protection and children in conflict with law, supported by Nokia. This resource center has been set up to smoothen the inquiry process as per juvenile justice system.

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