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  • Save The Children Suspends Operations In Afghanistan After ISIS Attack

    Save The Children Suspends Operations In Afghanistan After ISIS Attack

    Save the Children suspended operations across Afghanistan on Wednesday as ISIS terrorised staff trapped inside one of its offices in an hours-long attack, the latest assault on a foreign charity.

  • Blast Near Save the Children Aid Group Office In Afghanistan, Official Says

    Blast Near Save the Children Aid Group Office In Afghanistan, Official Says

    Attackers set off a car bomb near the office of the Save the Children aid agency in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Wednesday and then clashed with security forces, a provincial government spokesman said.

  • In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    The Kashmir Valley has seen a surge in the number of orphans since the early 1990s when the militancy peaked. With most of the orphans live in unregistered orphanages, the focus so far has been on improving the facilities for the children. Now, efforts are also being made to develop the personalities, thus helping them to grow into responsible citi...

  • Delhi Government Should Close Schools If Air Quality Hits Emergency Mark, Directs National Green Tribunal

    Delhi Government Should Close Schools If Air Quality Hits Emergency Mark, Directs National Green Tribunal

    The National Green Tribunal today directed the Delhi government to consider shutting schools whenever air quality touches emergency levels to save the children from inhaling pollutants.

  • Tracking Progress: India's Commitment Towards Global Development Goals

    Tracking Progress: India's Commitment Towards Global Development Goals

    On September 25, 2015, 193 world leaders will committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. The Global Goals for sustainable development could get these things done. In all countries. For all people. This is not the first time the world h...

  • For Punjab's Villagers, This Message Board Has Become A Symbol Of Pride

    For Punjab's Villagers, This Message Board Has Become A Symbol Of Pride

    As you enter Achanak and Gammiwala villages in Punjab’s Mansa, nearly 170 km from Chandigarh, a message board with words inscribed in Gurmukhi welcomes you. For villagers, this message board has become a symbol of pride. [social_icons] It reads, “We declare our village free from the practice of child marriage. We do not allow child marriages he...

  • Blog: What Is Robbing India's Children Of Their Childhood

    Blog: What Is Robbing India's Children Of Their Childhood

    Every child has the right to a childhood – a time in life to learn, play, grow, develop, and feel safe and protected. But not every child is able to realise this right. Despite progress, it is still not a fair world for children – the circumstances of one’s birth continue to define the lives of children. Lost childhoods are a result of choice...

  • Let’s Shift The Needle To ‘Chhotus’ And ‘Gudiyas’ Of India’s Streets

    Let’s Shift The Needle To ‘Chhotus’ And ‘Gudiyas’ Of India’s Streets

    “I want to talk about those kids on the pavements and at the red lights who knock on our car windows under the scorching sun. With our feet burning, out in the rain and in the cold, we face many problems, even violence. At an age when we are supposed to go to school and get to play with friends, we are forced to earn a living. Chhotu (small chi...

  • 400,000 Afghan Children Expected To Drop Out Of School

    400,000 Afghan Children Expected To Drop Out Of School

    More than 400,000 Afghan children are expected to drop out of school this year in the face of growing insecurity and displacement amid a spike in forced repatriations from Pakistan, Save the Children said Thursday.

  • 350,000 Children Trapped In West Mosul: Save The Children

    350,000 Children Trapped In West Mosul: Save The Children

    Around 350,000 children are trapped in western Mosul, Save the Children warned on Sunday as Iraqi forces launched a fresh offensive on jihadists defending the strategic city.

  • Save The Children Fears For Minors In Calais 'Jungle'

    Save The Children Fears For Minors In Calais 'Jungle'

    The head of Save the Children voiced concern over unaccompanied minors in the "Jungle" migrant camp being dismantled in France, calling for a smooth process to ensure their safety.

  • For Kenya's Child Brides, School Offers A Break From Tradition

    For Kenya's Child Brides, School Offers A Break From Tradition

    Halima's future at 13 was foretold: a pastoralist's daughter, she was married to a man 12 years her senior. Next would surely come the first of many pregnancies, and a life of domestic hardship.

  • 1 Girl Under 15 Married Every Seven Seconds, Says Save The Children

    1 Girl Under 15 Married Every Seven Seconds, Says Save The Children

    One girl under 15 is married every seven seconds, according to a report by Save the Children released on Tuesday, with girls as young as 10 married off - often to much older men - in countries including Afghanistan, Yemen, India and Somalia.

  • Meet Anoyara Khatun, India’s Crusader For Children At The United Nations

    Meet Anoyara Khatun, India’s Crusader For Children At The United Nations

    New Delhi: By the tender age of 19, Anoyara Khatun has been to the United Nations twice – the voice of young girls from poor families in an obscure corner of India. It was an incredible journey – one that pitched her from a tiny village in Bengal to New York. Hearing her, it is hard to believe Anoyara is a teen. The trappings are conspicuously ...

  • Balancing home, siblings, school: 9-Year-Old Asma's Dilemma

    Balancing home, siblings, school:  9-Year-Old Asma's Dilemma

    Government’s commitment to see every child in school took another leap with the opening of India’s first 12-hour school in Telangana. The school, which runs from 7 am to 7 pm, is located at Balapur in old city of Hyderabad. It is a joint initiative between the government’s Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, United Nations High Commission for Refugees and...

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  • Save The Children Suspends Operations In Afghanistan After ISIS Attack

    Save The Children Suspends Operations In Afghanistan After ISIS Attack

    Save the Children suspended operations across Afghanistan on Wednesday as ISIS terrorised staff trapped inside one of its offices in an hours-long attack, the latest assault on a foreign charity.

  • Blast Near Save the Children Aid Group Office In Afghanistan, Official Says

    Blast Near Save the Children Aid Group Office In Afghanistan, Official Says

    Attackers set off a car bomb near the office of the Save the Children aid agency in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Wednesday and then clashed with security forces, a provincial government spokesman said.

  • In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    The Kashmir Valley has seen a surge in the number of orphans since the early 1990s when the militancy peaked. With most of the orphans live in unregistered orphanages, the focus so far has been on improving the facilities for the children. Now, efforts are also being made to develop the personalities, thus helping them to grow into responsible citi...

  • Delhi Government Should Close Schools If Air Quality Hits Emergency Mark, Directs National Green Tribunal

    Delhi Government Should Close Schools If Air Quality Hits Emergency Mark, Directs National Green Tribunal

    The National Green Tribunal today directed the Delhi government to consider shutting schools whenever air quality touches emergency levels to save the children from inhaling pollutants.

  • Tracking Progress: India's Commitment Towards Global Development Goals

    Tracking Progress: India's Commitment Towards Global Development Goals

    On September 25, 2015, 193 world leaders will committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. The Global Goals for sustainable development could get these things done. In all countries. For all people. This is not the first time the world h...

  • For Punjab's Villagers, This Message Board Has Become A Symbol Of Pride

    For Punjab's Villagers, This Message Board Has Become A Symbol Of Pride

    As you enter Achanak and Gammiwala villages in Punjab’s Mansa, nearly 170 km from Chandigarh, a message board with words inscribed in Gurmukhi welcomes you. For villagers, this message board has become a symbol of pride. [social_icons] It reads, “We declare our village free from the practice of child marriage. We do not allow child marriages he...

  • Blog: What Is Robbing India's Children Of Their Childhood

    Blog: What Is Robbing India's Children Of Their Childhood

    Every child has the right to a childhood – a time in life to learn, play, grow, develop, and feel safe and protected. But not every child is able to realise this right. Despite progress, it is still not a fair world for children – the circumstances of one’s birth continue to define the lives of children. Lost childhoods are a result of choice...

  • Let’s Shift The Needle To ‘Chhotus’ And ‘Gudiyas’ Of India’s Streets

    Let’s Shift The Needle To ‘Chhotus’ And ‘Gudiyas’ Of India’s Streets

    “I want to talk about those kids on the pavements and at the red lights who knock on our car windows under the scorching sun. With our feet burning, out in the rain and in the cold, we face many problems, even violence. At an age when we are supposed to go to school and get to play with friends, we are forced to earn a living. Chhotu (small chi...

  • 400,000 Afghan Children Expected To Drop Out Of School

    400,000 Afghan Children Expected To Drop Out Of School

    More than 400,000 Afghan children are expected to drop out of school this year in the face of growing insecurity and displacement amid a spike in forced repatriations from Pakistan, Save the Children said Thursday.

  • 350,000 Children Trapped In West Mosul: Save The Children

    350,000 Children Trapped In West Mosul: Save The Children

    Around 350,000 children are trapped in western Mosul, Save the Children warned on Sunday as Iraqi forces launched a fresh offensive on jihadists defending the strategic city.

  • Save The Children Fears For Minors In Calais 'Jungle'

    Save The Children Fears For Minors In Calais 'Jungle'

    The head of Save the Children voiced concern over unaccompanied minors in the "Jungle" migrant camp being dismantled in France, calling for a smooth process to ensure their safety.

  • For Kenya's Child Brides, School Offers A Break From Tradition

    For Kenya's Child Brides, School Offers A Break From Tradition

    Halima's future at 13 was foretold: a pastoralist's daughter, she was married to a man 12 years her senior. Next would surely come the first of many pregnancies, and a life of domestic hardship.

  • 1 Girl Under 15 Married Every Seven Seconds, Says Save The Children

    1 Girl Under 15 Married Every Seven Seconds, Says Save The Children

    One girl under 15 is married every seven seconds, according to a report by Save the Children released on Tuesday, with girls as young as 10 married off - often to much older men - in countries including Afghanistan, Yemen, India and Somalia.

  • Meet Anoyara Khatun, India’s Crusader For Children At The United Nations

    Meet Anoyara Khatun, India’s Crusader For Children At The United Nations

    New Delhi: By the tender age of 19, Anoyara Khatun has been to the United Nations twice – the voice of young girls from poor families in an obscure corner of India. It was an incredible journey – one that pitched her from a tiny village in Bengal to New York. Hearing her, it is hard to believe Anoyara is a teen. The trappings are conspicuously ...

  • Balancing home, siblings, school: 9-Year-Old Asma's Dilemma

    Balancing home, siblings, school:  9-Year-Old Asma's Dilemma

    Government’s commitment to see every child in school took another leap with the opening of India’s first 12-hour school in Telangana. The school, which runs from 7 am to 7 pm, is located at Balapur in old city of Hyderabad. It is a joint initiative between the government’s Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, United Nations High Commission for Refugees and...

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