Первый слайд презентации: NAME – KISAN PATEL GROUP-17LL3(A) SUBJECT- MEDICAL LAW TOPIC- SAVE THE CHILDREN
Слайд 2: Introduction
Bal Raksha Bharat, commonly known as Save the Children India, is a non-profit organization working to improve the lives of marginalized children in India since 2008. Headquartered in Gurugram, and registered as Bal Raksha Bharat in India (under Societies Registration Act, 1861), the organization is a member of the international Save the Children Alliance.
While Save the Children has been working in India since 1940s, Save the Children India formally came into being as Bal Raksha Bharat in April 2008 and has since then reached 10.1 million children through its efforts. The organization implements sustainable, community-driven projects in the remotest corners of India and urban areas to provide quality education and healthcare, protection from harm and abuse and life-saving aid during emergencies to children. Bal Raksha Bharat also works through Advocacy and Campaigning wherein it liaisons with government stakeholders, civil society and mobilizes the masses in support of children’s rights.
Слайд 4: Establishment (INDIA )
Children IndiaFounded2008Type Nonprofit organization Location Gurugram, Delhi-NCR, India with multiple state offices in India Area served 19 States Key people Deepak Kapoor (Chairman), CEO: ( Bidisha Pillai ) Website www.savethechildren.in
Слайд 5: Origin
In 2016, Save the Children launched a global campaign to reach out to the most excluded and forgotten children in the world through aggressive advocacy, fundraising and programme work [ . The defined objectives for the campaign were: a fair chance for all children should be there, all children should be treated equally and there should be accountability to children. Bal Raksha Bharat reached 2 lakh street children and 5 lakh of the most vulnerable children as a part of this campaign.
Through The Invisibles campaign, Bal Raksha Bharat sought to address the most vital issues of children living in street situations . . The organization believes that these are perhaps the most deprived children in India, who are all around us yet “invisibles”, that is their issues and needs are often ignored. Through this campaign, the organization worked to address the biggest problem these children face – lack of identity. This was done by the means of providing them an Aadhaar Card and linking them to various government schemes.
Слайд 7: The seven Big Ideas are:
Pneumonia: The Forgotten Killer Undernutrition : A Silent Emergency Children are Ready for School Ending Violence Against Children Rights for Children in Street Situations Resilient and Climate-Smart Children Triple Dividend of Investing in Adolescents
Слайд 8: Vote4Children:-
This is another hallmark campaign of the organization which has been rolled out twice: in the run to 2014 and 2019 General Elections in India . Through the campaign, Save the Children prepared a Children’s Manifesto which is a Charter of Demands children have from their political representatives. In 2019, the organisation entered its 100th year globally. Bal Raksha Bharat will focus on mobilizing commitments, partners, and resources for seven “Big Ideas” and contribute towards India’s progress for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals 2030.
Слайд 9: 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 10: 0ur Work
Education and learning is a key pillar of Save the Children's Agenda for Action to # ProtectAGeneration throughout the coronavirus pandemic. More than 250 million children lacked basic literacy skills, despite spending on average four years in school, and there were 60 million out-of-school children of primary age who had been denied an opportunity to be educated, either due to poverty, gender, ethnicity, geography or disability.
Слайд 11: Awards to Child Champions:-
12 Child Champions of Save the Children selected as Asoka Youth Venturers' Save the Children’s Child for Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and went on to attend the United Nations General Assembly meeting in September 2018 in New York. She was also awarded the Sabitribai Phule Award by the Government of India. Youth Champion Saline from Odisha was awarded the UN Volunteer award as part of Youth Affairs and Sports Ministry's initiative. She will also be attending the Women Deliver 2019 Conference in Canada in June 2019. Youth Advocate from West Bengal, Anoyara Khatun was conferred the prestigious Nari Shakti Award by the President of India.