Child Champion Recognition

Child Champion Recognition
Anoyara Khatun: A survivor who was rescued by Save the Children India from trafficking, and now an activist, a national hero and a global figure, recognized by Malala during her receipt of the Nobel prize, Anoyara was the youngest recipient of the Nari Shakti Award and was felicitated by the Hon’ble President of India, she met with the Min WCD Ms Maneka Gandhi and interacted with the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India.

Save the Children India was contacted by the Director of the movie 'Pink' as he was inspired by Anoyara’s story and wanted to use that as a central inspiration behind his next mainstream film. The team has signed a MoU and Save the Children would be a thought partner and contributor towards the film.
Anoyara is an ardent supporter of the Every Last Child Campaign.

Ashoka Youth Ventures: Our 4 Child Champions have been selected to be trained by Ashoka Youth Ventures. Together they will build an exciting, interactive and meaningful community experience.

 

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