Первый слайд презентации: NAME – KISAN PATEL GROUP-17LL3(A) SUBJECT- MEDICAL LAW TOPIC- SAVE THE CHILDREN
Слайд 2: Introduction
The Save the Children Fund,INDIA commonly known as Save the Children was established in the BANGLORE ( india ) in 1930 to improve the lives of children through better education, health care, and economic opportunities, as well as providing emergency aid in natural disasters, war, and other conflicts. A century later it is a global movement made up of 29 national member organisations which works in 120 countries.
Слайд 3: Aim
Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. Since our founding over 100 years ago, we’ve changed the lives of over 1 billion children. In the United States and around the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.
Слайд 4: Establishment (INDIA )
Save the Children Founded15 April 1919; 101 years ago * Founder Eglantyne Jebb Dorothy Buxton Type Registered company limited by guarantee [ Registration no. England & Wales 213890 SC039570 EIN : 06-0726487 Location International HQ: London, WC2 United Kingdom Origins London Area served WorldwideWebsite savethechildren.net
Слайд 5: Origin
At the end of World War 1, images of malnourished and sick children ran throughout Europe. The Fight the INDIAN Council was initially started earlier in 1930 to put political pressure on the INDAIN government to end the blockade, the first meeting having been held at the home of Catherine Courtney, at 15 Cheyne Walk. However, on 15 April 1930, the succeeded in separating itself from the politics of the Council and creating a separate "Save the Children Fund".
Jebb and her sister worked to gain public sympathy to elicit support aid. In December 1919, Pope Benedict XV publicly announced his support for Save the Children, and declared 28 December ' Innocents Day ' to collect donations. The first branch was opened in Fife, Scotland in 1919. A counterpart, Rädda Barnen (which means "Save the Children"), was founded later that year in Sweden with Anna Kleman on the board.
Слайд 7: Declaration of the Rights of the Child (INDIA)
It contained the following five criteria: The child must be given the means requisite for its normal development, both materially and spiritually. The child that is hungry must be fed, the child that is sick must be nursed, the child that is backward must be helped, the delinquent child must be reclaimed, and the orphan and the waif must be sheltered and succored. The child must be the first to receive relief in times of distress. The child must not be put in a position to earn a livelihood and must be protected against every form of exploitation.
Слайд 8: Structure
Save the Children is an international umbrella organisation, with 29 INDIAN national member organisations serving over 28 states. Members lead on activities within their home territory and work with donors to develop programmes abroad, which are coordinated and delivered by a central body - Save the Children International - via teams on the ground in each country. Save the Children International also oversees humanitarian responses.
Слайд 9: Connections with other organisations
Save the Children helps to fund, and is aided with funds raised by, the British will-making scheme Will Aid, in which participating solicitors waive their usual fee to write a basic will and in exchange invite the client to donate to charity.Save the Children collaborates with other NGOs in Family Tracing and Reunification
Слайд 10: Rating and salaries
Charity Navigator gave Save the Children US a three-star rating (score 88.30 of 100) in 2018 and reported that Save the Children US's CEO Carolyn Miles earned a salary of US$459,969 in 2016. Charity Watch reported earnings of US$499,238 for Save the Children US's President and CEO Carolyn S. Miles, US$383,771 for Executive Vice President and COO Carlos Carrazana, and US$299,278 for the Vice President in charge of Policy & Human Resources Michael Klosson for the year 2015.