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Helping Children Win the Fight Against Malnutrition in Jharkhand: Story in Prabhat Khabar

Helping Children Win the Fight Against Malnutrition in Jharkhand: Story in Prabhat Khabar

Save the Children has been working to overcome the problem of malnutrition for the last five years in the Gumla district of Jharkhand. We are working relentlessly to ensure that people in remote vilages of Gumla become aware about the importance of a nutritious diet. 

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Media Coverage on Sourav Ganguly Becoming India’s Ambassador for Street Child Cricket World Cup 2019

Media Coverage on Sourav Ganguly Becoming India’s Ambassador for Street Child Cricket World Cup 2019

Former Indian Skipper Sourav Ganguly has been named the Goodwill Ambassador of the Indian Team at the Street Child Cricket World Cup, finals for which will be held at Lords.

The Street Child Cricket World Cup 2019 (SCCWC) will be held in May 2019, ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup. It is the first Cricket World Cup for street children. Two teams put together by Save the Children, The Hope Foundation, Magic Bus, and Karunalaya are all set to represent India at the event.

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From Streets to School: Bid to Make Homeless Children 'Visible'

From Streets to School: Bid to Make Homeless Children 'Visible'

Street Children are among the invisible sections of the society as they have no presence in the government records. Despite being economically backward and vulnerable, very few social security measures are directed at them.

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Advocating About Hygiene to Get Rid of Taboos Surrounding Menstruation

The menstrual cycle may not be an issue for women in urban areas, but in rural areas, it is still considered a curse by uneducated women, says Shalini Sahu. An advocate of menstrual hygiene and a firm opponent of child marriages, Shalini received the Best Volunteer Award at a function organised on December 5 in New Delhi on International Volunteers Day by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports supported by UNDP, UNICEF and UN volunteers.

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With No Focus on Early Education, Are Anganwadis in Telangana Mere Daycare Centres?

With No Focus on Early Education, Are Anganwadis in Telangana Mere Daycare Centres?

Pre-primary school education is considered crucial in keeping children in school as 60% of the drop-outs happen before the child reaches Class 3. A new study by Save the Children has found that Telangana spends Rs 6,336 on each child who goes to the anganwadi centres every year, however, no small component of this is spent on early child education. 

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