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Is Delhi the Capital of Child Labour?

India continues to host the largest number of child labourers in the world today. As per the National Census 2011, India has 10.1 million child labourers in the age group of 5 to 14. The national Click Rights ‘#OpenYourEyes’ campaign by India’s leading child rights NGO, CRY- Child Rights and You (in partnership with...

CRY: Immunisation Gaps Leading To 11 Lakh Infant Deaths A Year

DESPITE a robust immunisation programme by the Government and NGOs, there are various barriers that hinder parents from accessing vaccine dosages for their children. These include lack of awareness on need for complete immunisation at the correct age, long distances between villages and public healthcare centres, lack of awareness among mothers, lack of qualified...

UAE Exchange Ties Up With UNICEF For Ramzan Charity

The holy month of Ramadan inspires acts of kindness, good deeds and charity, and such deeds done during this month are considered to be very sacred. As children are the future of any society, helping children overcome the barriers they face to achieve a healthy and bright future takes on special significance during UAE Exchange,...

Magical And Colourful Okhai Handicrafts By TwpD Goes Online

‘OKHAI’, a brand created & promoted in 2002 by Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TwpD) with an aim to empower women in the rural areas and promote the traditional art of Okhamandal – mirror work, patchwork and embroidery which are legion and have an international appeal, now goes online with the launch of...

CSR Program of Omax Imparts Values & Moral Education

NEW DELHI : Omax Autos Limited, organized a unique Value Deployment Program, ‘Saksham’ under its CSR Initiative, for kids located in Manesar region. A colorful & spell bounding performance by kids titled ‘Ram Saga 2015' enthralled the gathering on the occasion. The CSR initiative is aimed to impart values and moral education to kids in the society to ensure...
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wp To Bring Smiles & Financial Literacy To 18mn Children In India

NEW DELHI: MetLife Foundation and Sesame Workshop in India, the organization behind Galli Galli Sim Sim (the Indian adaptation of Sesame Street), have recently launched a new multimedia global initiative called “Sapna, Bachat, Udaan: Aarthik Bal, Har Parivar ka Haq.” This initiative is the Indian adaptation of the global programme “Dream, Save, Do: Financial Empowerment for Families.” The...

wp Program of Omax Imparts Values & Moral Education

NEW DELHI : Omax Autos Limited, organized a unique Value Deployment Program, ‘Saksham’ under its wp Initiative, for kids located in Manesar region. A colorful & spell bounding performance by kids titled ‘Ram Saga 2015′ enthralled the gathering on the occasion. The wp initiative is aimed to impart values and moral education to kids in the society to ensure...

Mondelez India’s ‘Shubh Aarambh’ To Adress Development Needs Of Children

Mondelez India Foods Private Ltd. (formerly known as Cadbury India Ltd.) today announced its national community initiative ‘Shubh Aarambh’ to address the development needs of children by promoting healthy and active lives. The programme is expected to impact close to 200,000 beneficiaries across 5 states over the next three years. Shubh Aarambh will be initially activated in...

CSR To Bring Smiles & Financial Literacy To 18mn Children In India

NEW DELHI: MetLife Foundation and Sesame Workshop in India, the organization behind Galli Galli Sim Sim (the Indian adaptation of Sesame Street), have recently launched a new multimedia global initiative called “Sapna, Bachat, Udaan: Aarthik Bal, Har Parivar ka Haq.” This initiative is the Indian adaptation of the global programme “Dream, Save, Do: Financial Empowerment for Families.” The...

178 Million Smiles By IKEA Foundation

More than 178 million children are enjoying a better start in life, thanks to IKEA Foundation-funded programmes. The majority of the children are in India, where the Foundation has been working for 15 years. The announcement came on the International Day of Happiness (March 20), as the Foundation published its 2014 annual review, 178 million...

Modi Effect: TCS, Bharti Pledge Rs. 100 Cr To Build Toilets For Women

Within days of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s appeal to corporates to contribute to building toilets, The wp Journal learns that TCS, Bharti Foundation, and Oriental Bank of Commerce will soon followed by several other companies.
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