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Nelson Mandela was so right in saying, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Save the Children is working in the remotest parts of the country to bring socially-excluded and disadvantaged children into the fold of formal education and change their world. We’re helping marginalized children of India hone their skills and realize their potential by helping them go to school - one child at a time. You too can lend a helping hand. Donate now at: bit.ly/educationforchildren #Education4All #GirlChildEducation
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‪#‎Nepal‬ update: Save the Children immediately responded to the initial earthquake that hit Nepal and has scaled up the response after the second. We have reached over 1,05,000 people including 63,000 children with life-saving relief. Around 18,000 tarpaulins, 11,000 hygiene kits and 3,600 baby/newborn and delivery kits have been provided to the worst-affected children and their families and we’re working to set up at least 40 Temporary Learning Centres (TLCs) in ‪#‎Gorkha‬. All this has been made possible due to our amazing supporters!
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Your amazing and timely support has helped us do wonders. We've reached over 55,000 children in the wake of both ‪#‎Nepal‬ earthquakes. A big thank you to all our supporters!

There are still so many more children and families we need to reach. There are still areas where aid hasn't even reached. Your continued support will help us continue making a difference in the lives of these children: bit.ly/istandwithnepal #NepalQuakeRelief
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#NepalQuakeRelief update: We've reached 66,988 people including 26,795 children through our response to the. All this has been made possible due to the overwhelming support of our donors and we truly thank each one of them for their contribution(s).

Keep them pouring in at bit.ly/istandwithnepal so that we can make more and more children happy in these times of distress.
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Children gather around for a story session at one of the Child Friendly Spaces we have set up in the ‪#‎Bhaktapur‬ region of ‪#‎Nepal‬. Disasters like earthquake can leave a horrendous impact on children’s psyche and throw life out of gear for them. In such a scenario, Child Friendly Spaces prove to be a safe haven for them where they can learn, relax, play and make friends and move on with their lives.
Number of affected children in Nepal runs into lakhs. Help us set up many more such Child Friendly Spaces. Support at: bit.ly/istandwithnepal
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Rayans Group, Poddar, Swaminarayan & other leading Indian Institutions can invest in nepal for schools for the beterment of childrens
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Children in ‪#‎Nepal‬ hadn’t even recovered from the distress and devastation caused by the 7.9 magnitude ‪#‎earthquake‬ on April 25 that another temblor jolted the hill country yesterday, leaving 66 people dead and over 1100 injured and causing extensive damage to buildings.

We are on the ground in Nepal continuing to help children and their families round the clock after this latest earthquake. We'll do whatever it takes to help them and for that we’re counting on your support. Children in Nepal need our help more than ever. Contribute today at: bit.ly/istandwithnepal
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"In so many cases work which is assigned to adults reaches the children within the family. For example, any kind of hand work on garment that does not happen inside the factory has a high probability of involving children,” says Prabhat Kumar, our National Child Protection Manager in a powerful piece on “invisible” child labour in India which unravels how child labour is slyly kept under the wraps in the country.

Read here: http://businesstoday.intoday.in/story/child-labour-in-india-how-it-being-hidden-from-authorities/1/219448.html #StopChildLabour
An invisible workforce is making in India for the world. An inside account of how child labour is conveniently kept under wraps in the country.
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Buldhana in Maharashtra is one of the largest cotton growing districts in of India. Radha Kalne, 11 of the Tembhurna village in Buldhana had stopped going to school as her family could not afford to earn enough. The little girl had to spend her day working on a cotton farm, away from any source of learning and fun.

At the Children's Group formed through Save the Children's project in her village, members discussed the situation of Radha. The Children's Group and Child Protection Committee members met the girl's father and convinced him to send her to school. Not immediately, but with constant efforts of the CG the father agreed for sending Radha to school.

Radha has turned out to be an exceptionally bright student. #StopChildLabour
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This is really sad and worrying news that children in the national capital are not secure.

http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/delhi/2100-kids-go-missing-in-delhi-so-far-this-year/?SocialMedia
It is alarming that most of these children are girls, raising concerns that they might be forced into prostitution.
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This is just a small snapshot of the relief response we have mounted after #NepalEarthquake. We’re committed to stay put in earthquake-shattered #Nepal and contribute our bit in helping affected children and their families get back on their feet. The 2nd earthquake which rocked Nepal yesterday has only helped us strengthen our resolve. A big thank you to all our supporters for their generous contributions. Keep them pouring in at - bit.ly/istandwithnepal
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A second major earthquake has struck #Nepal. For hundreds of thousands of children and families who lost everything in the devastating 25 April #earthquake, these are indeed difficult times. These children, who are already vulnerable from the last month quake, will now require all the more help and we’re committed to stand by them in this hour of need. We urge you to support our relief work so that we can reach more and more children with life-saving relief.

Don’t hesitate. Donate now at: bit.ly/istandwithnepal #NepalQuakeRelief
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Our teams in Nepal are working ceaselessly to ensure that life-saving aid reaches those who need it the most. We’re committed to do whatever it takes to help children of #Nepal make it through these difficult times. Support our work today: bit.ly/istandwithnepal

Leaving you with some glimpses of the work done by our team. Don’t forget to like and share if you support our incredible teams!
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