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Who we are. World’s leading independent organization for children. Leading independent child rights organisation creating lasting change for children in need in India and around the world Non sectarian organization and without political affiliation

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Who we are

Who we are

World’s leading independent organization for children

  • Leading independent child rights organisation creating lasting change for children in need in India and around the world

  • Non sectarian organization and without political affiliation

  • Globally recognized and respected brand with proven track record

  • Founded in 1919 in the U.K. out of the International Child Rights Movement


Who we are

Our Purposeis to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives


Where we work

Where We Work

Himachal Pradesh

Punjab

Quality Inclusive Education(8states: AP, GUJ, J&K, MAH, ND, OR, RAJ, TN, WB)

Child Protection(9 states: AP, BIH, GUJ, J&K, MAH, OR, RAJ, TN, WB)

Child Survival(2 states: RAJ, WB)

Child Centred Disaster Risk Reduction, Relief, Rehabilitation(7 states: AP, BIH, J&K, KAR, OR, TN, WB)

Madhya Pradesh

Andaman & Nicobar Islands


Our approach

Our Approach


Strategic focus areas

Strategic Focus Areas

  • Inclusive Teaching & Learning Processes

Protection of Children involved in Child Labour

  • 50,000 children under the Child Domestic Work program

  • Programmes to prevent child trafficking affect 25,000 children

  • Child Labour in cotton industry affects 270,000 children

  • 500,000 children(3-14 yrs) are covered under the inclusive teaching and learning program

  • Core group of master trainers are trained

  • Child Centred Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction

  • Reducing Mortality and Malnutrition in Children under the age of 5

  • 1000 DRR task forces lead and advocate community and school safety

  • Covers most vulnerable and socially excluded communities

  • Save the Children will implement effective Child Survival projects covering over 1 million children with preventive and curative interventions


Child protection

Child Protection

Our Goal

  • To rescue and rehabilitate children from working environments

  • To encourage children to pursue their education

  • To promote professional vocational training for older children

  • To strengthen existing government and state child protection systems

  • Social mobilising campaigns

We work in 36 districts in 10 states, reaching out to 335,000 children


Who we are

Child Protection - What We Do


Quality inclusive education

Quality Inclusive Education

Our Goal

  • To promote access and retention to quality inclusive education in government schools

  • To strengthen the capacities of existing government schools and their governance

  • To improve participation of children, their parents and the community in education planning

  • To improve learning levels of children

  • To reduce drop out rates of children

We work in 39 districts in 9 states, reaching out to 430,000 children


Who we are

What We Do


Child centred disaster risk reduction

Child Centred Disaster Risk Reduction

Our Goal

  • To increase preparedness of children and their families for emergency situations in the aftermath of natural disasters through child centred and community based approaches

  • To manage disasters better

  • To minimise the impact of natural disasters to communities in disaster prone areas

  • To build child centred resilient communities

We work in 23 districts in 7 states, reaching out to 140,000 children


What we do

What We Do


Child survival

Child Survival

Our Goal

  • To increase the chances of survival of children between the ages of 0-5 years of age

  • To reduce levels of malnutrition and under nutrition in children

  • To improve new born and maternal health

  • To steer the behaviour of communities towards better child health and nutrition practices

We work in 6 districts in 2 states, reaching out to 20,000 children

Our Child Survival Campaign aims to impact more than one million children in the next five years


What we do1

What We Do


Emergency response

Emergency Response

  • We distribute relief supplies during emergencies and assist with long term rehabilitation efforts

  • We operate child friendly spaces supporting children’s psychological needs as well as carrying out nutritional and healthcare assessments.

  • We ensure that children are able to continue with their schooling by providing them with a safe space to learn in the aftermath of disasters.

  • We also protect children from being trafficked for commercial sex work and child labour.


Currently working with

Currently Working With


Entrusted by our partners to deliver results for children

Entrusted by our Partners to deliver results for children….


Thank you

Thank You!


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