Our Projects

Our Projects
We are often asked, why we should donate to Save the Children and what is the impact it is making?
 
We urge you to visit each of the sub sections of this part of our website. It has a list of some key programmes which Save the Children is running. Save the Children has an ‘area – driven’ approach. It scopes hotspots, plans and executes massive programmes in these hotspots.
 
Through the support of donors, Save the Children is running 59 programmes in 19 states of India. 
 
It is only through the support of its donors that Save the Children has changed the lives of more than 1.22 crore Indian children since 2008. This is 2572 children per day.

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Our projects can be bucketed into five thematic areas:
  • Child Protection
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Education
  • Humanitarian Response
  • Child-centric Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Child Poverty
Children form the epicentre of all the work we do and we go by the mantra of "Children First" in all our projects. Please browse through the individual sections on our major programmes.

Please note that this information on programmes is updated from time to time.
 

How we help children

Our Response

Our Response

Save the Children is mounting a long term, comprehensive yet agile response for marginalised children and their families in India. We are going the extra mile in these uncertain times.

Appeal to the Government

Appeal to the Government

As Coronavirus threatens children’s rights across the world, including India, to ensure that the well-being of the most vulnerable children is not compromised, Save the Children appeals to the Government and authorities to take some urgent measures.

Important Resources

Important Resources

Browse this section to get answers to your key questions amidst the ongoing Coronavirus crisis.

Join Us to Fight the Crisis

Join Us to Fight the Crisis

Support Save the Children's humanitarian response for the worst-affected amidst the ongoing crisis