Save The Children India
An integrated community development approach towards access to quality education, enhancing employability, access to gender justice and behavioural change health promotion .
Work and Achievements
Save The Children India is a non-profit organization established in 1988, committed to nurture, educate and guide the growth of vulnerable children. Our interventions have impacted over 2,00,000 lives till date. Our direct implementation is in the states of Maharashtra and Delhi and our Policy Advocacy is pan India.
Our Delhi Chapter: We started our Delhi Chapter in 2004 with the objective of empowering women and children in the urban villages of Delhi – NCR. These villages of Delhi-NCR, which largely comprise migrant population, are deprived in multiple ways; these include a lack of education and employment opportunities, little/no social cohesion and social protection, leading to violent, unhealthy environments. The main burden of these deprivations falls on women and children, especially the girl child. Their education, employment and health statuses are particularly bad in relation to men and often violence against them is ignored, belittled or validated.
What we do: Our aim is to enable and collectivize women, children and their communities, so that they can live lives free of violence and poverty. Therefore, we implement need-based programs on:
- Quality Education
- Women empowerment and Child-protection
- Vocational Education
- Over 30,000 direct stakeholders
- Over 5167 children have accessed our education programs
- Over 2348women and girls honed their skills through our vocational skill’s development program and are engaged in income generation
- 118 community groups of women, children, youth and adolescents formed, with over 15,000 direct stakeholders
- Over 12,000 women, men and children have accessed our Health Education Program
Fund Utilisation Statement
To enable children and women from resource-poor areas of Delhi-NCR, through access to quality education and functional literacy, so that they develop love for learning, acquire critical life skills.