Save The Children India is a 27 year old charitable not-for-profit organization established by Late Mrs. Vipula Kadri in 1988. The organization works in the realms of Education, Health, Women Empowerment and Livelihood. These multi-dimensional interventions have impacted over 2,00,000 lives.
Education is one of Save The Children India's prime focus areas since educated children are the basis of empowered individuals of tomorrow. Through various programs such as pre-schools for less privileged, study centers for students with learning gap and a special school, we build the foundation of a bright future for all children. Interventions such as a residential facility for tribal children and a Training Center, we work towards strengthening access to education and educational material.
Education of children today is the basis of empowered individuals tomorrow! Therefore, Save The Children India lays emphasis on innovative and interactive learning through its urban and rural programs such as pre-schools for less privileged, study centers for students with learning gap and a special school. Through interventions such as a residential facility for tribal children and a Training Center, we focus our efforts towards strengthening access to education and educational material in rural areas.
Your participation and support towards Save The Children India at the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon 2016 will bolster our efforts to make education accessible to all.
With every initiative and project undertaken by Save The Children India, the main goal is to create a high impact with a great numerical as well as anecdotal value. Through its initiatives and sustained efforts, the NGO has been a guiding platform for beneficiaries since its inception in 1988. The impact of the organizationís work, has led to a positive transformation in the lives of lakhs of women and children.
The plethora of projects, such as education, livelihood, health, anti-human trafficking and women empowerment, that fall under the Save The Children India umbrella symbolize a bold and sustained effort towards a better world - just as the founder had envisioned.
Save The Children India reached a key milestone on the 1st of July 2010 when the Government of India adopted the Code of Conduct for Safe and Honourable Tourism developed by Save The Children India in association with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, and the Pacific Asia Travel Association.
Save The Children India continues its efforts toward impact and innovations, in order to be ahead of the curve when it comes to creating a change in the society, and ultimately in the world we live in.