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Gully Boy Screened for Street Children on International Street Children Day

Gully Boy Screened for Street Children on International Street Children Day

Media Coverage for Gully Boy movie screening for street children on International Street Children Day.

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Rajasthan Royals Supports Team India (North) for Street Child Cricket World Cup

Rajasthan Royals Supports Team India (North) for Street Child Cricket World Cup

The Street Child Cricket World Cup 2019 (SCCWC) is the first such venture for street-connected children. India is set to send two teams to the tournament that will be played at Lords', London in May.

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 Save the Children Achieves 62% Reduction in Diarrhoea Cases in 4 States

Save the Children Achieves 62% Reduction in Diarrhoea Cases in 4 States

According to a baseline and end line survey conducted by the NGO Save the Children' in 2014 and 2018, respectively, the implementation of a 7-point plan for Diarrhoeal Control and Prevention has successfully demonstrated 62 per cent reduction in prevalence of diarrhoea in intervention areas.

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Over 6 Lakh Benefit from Save the Children

Over 6 Lakh Benefit from Save the Children

Save the Children, in partnership with Nokia Solutions India Pvt. Ltd has benefitted over 6 lakh people, including 2.5 lakh children through their ‘Building Resilience of Children and their Communities’ project. The 3-level integrated intervention of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP) and Information Technology, across 350 villages, capacitated communities affected by developmental and weather-related risks.

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Save the Children Organised a Workshop Advocating an Inclusive Classroom

Save the Children Organised a Workshop Advocating an Inclusive Classroom

The four-day event was organised on ‘Teacher Professional Development’ by Andhra Pradesh State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) in collaboration with Save the Children NGO. General Manager, Save the Children (South) Vikas Gora, called for the need to cater to the requirements of an inclusive classroom. Activity-based curriculum with play, art and craft integrated into it, he argued, would go a long way in developing a child.

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