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Surviving the Fourth Pregnancy and Overcoming Severe Malnutrition

Surviving the Fourth Pregnancy and Overcoming Severe Malnutrition

Gulnaz and her husband migrated from Bihar to Mumbai in search of a livelihood. Their desperate financial condition forced them to live an impoverished life where basic needs were hard to fulfill. Their hand to mouth situation left Gulnaz anemic and extremely feeble. As a result, her third child Nikhat was born under-weight. Donor like you helped us reach out to this couple.

 

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A Two Year Old Moin’s Journey Towards Survival

A Two Year Old Moin’s Journey Towards Survival

Moin, a two-year-old boy lived with his family in Padma Nagar, Govandi. He was the youngest of the three children. With no steady family income, they found it difficult to make both ends meet. Their miserable socio-economic condition left them extremely feeble. Through our health and nutrition initiative, it was found that Moin suffered from Severely Acute Malnutrition (SAM) for which he was provided with Medical Nutritional Therapy (MNT) and supplementary feeding.

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Timely Intervention that Saved the Lives of both Mother and Daughter

Timely Intervention that Saved the Lives of both Mother and Daughter

Rekha Singh- Girishma’s mother is living with her husband and parents-in-law. Inhabiting in extremely impoverished and backward conditions, they did not have any permanent source of income.

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Preventing the Outbreak of Diseases in Muttar Village by Cleaning the Community

Preventing the Outbreak of Diseases in Muttar Village by Cleaning the Community

On 27th August 2018, Save the Children, India initiated a WASH activity in Muttar, a village in upper Kuttanad, Alappuzha district of Kerala as an effort to promote hygiene and prevent an outbreak of diseases in this flood affected village.

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Becoming an Inspiration to Others by Attending School and Overcoming Challenges

Becoming an Inspiration to Others by Attending School and Overcoming Challenges

Vikas, a 13-year-old boy, stopped going to school after he lost his father when his boat, ferrying the sand, sank in the river. The sand mafia has encroached the lives of local people as the sand of river Ganga is highly priced. Most people from the village work as daily wagers for loading and unloading dilapidated boats ferrying the sand from the river.
 

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