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Family planning not limited to control of birth

Family planning not limited to control of birth

"Save the Children is certain that equitable access to quality pre-natal care, safe delivery, and expert post-natal care can substantially reduce maternal, neonatal and child mortality – a priority for us as we seek to support the government in achieving their own development targets", writes Bidisha Pillai, our Advocacy, Campaigns and Communications Director.

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The call of duty: Putting children first - New Indian Express report

Whenever disaster strikes, a group of people working with Save the Children manage to save kids from being trafficked and ensure they cope with PTSD and come out on top. It is one of the few global and national organisations that has been actively involved in rehabilitating children during every large disaster. From the tsunami in 2004 to the Assam floods, they have saved the lives of thousands of displaced children.

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Save the Children to help children affected by Assam Floods - The Hindu report

"Save the Children would deliver critical assistance focusing on children and their families in Dhemaji, Lakhimpur and Majuli districts in Assam", NGO’s chief executive officer Thomas Chandy said. In the first phase, the NGO would provide tarpaulins, hygiene kits, bed sheets, floor mats, water and food baskets, along with organisation of health camps and sanitation support to the vulnerable households.

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Save the Children launched its child-centric emergency flood response project in Dhemaji of Assam

Save the Children has launched its child-centric emergency flood response project in Dhemaji, Lakhimpur and Majuli in Upper Assam. The NGO will provide tarpaulin, hygiene kits, bedsheets, floormats, water and food baskets and organise health camps and provide sanitation support to vulnerable households.

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BBC World Speaks to Helle Thorning Schmidt on #EveryLastChild

Save the Children International's CEO Helle Thorning Schmidt discusses #EveryLastChild campaign on BBC World.

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