Use of technology to eradicate child poverty

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Mumbai 14, 2017: Mobile and mobile apps are deeply coiled with our daily lives like alarm clocks apps, cooking recipe apps, music apps, notepad apps, etc. And also there are loads of other apps for civic life as well which will help the society at large and reach the unreached.

Likewise, Save the Children an NGO has presented a unique innovation “Child Sensitive Social Protection” at the Aegis Graham Bell Award Jury Round under the “Mobile Application for Social Good” category. Save the Children’s programme on CSSP is primarily concerned with child poverty as a deprivation of the most basic needs, i.e., survival, nutrition, health, and education since these are aspects that can be fruitfully addressed through social protection interventions focused on children or their families. CSSP (Child Sensitive Social Protection) is based on the understanding that social protection is essential to address child poverty and deprivation stemming from household shock, stress, chronic poverty and insensitivity towards children.

“The Jury was very encouraging and we hope to leverage this association with AGBA to bring smiles to the most venerable children in India and across globe” – Mr. Vinay Iyer, Project Director, Save the Children.

About Save the Children:

Save the Children is India’s leading independent child rights NGO. We work in 19 Indian states and have changed the lives of 6.7 million Indian children since April 2008. We run programmes 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. Globally, Save the Children is present in 120 countries and works to improve the lives of children living there. Save the Children believes in giving a future to EVERY LAST CHILD. Between 2016 and 2019, Save the Children will do WHATEVER IT TAKES to improve the lives of two million of India’s most excluded and vulnerable children, including 5,00,000 children currently living on streets.

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