Avaya Partners With Save The Children Announcing a New Device Campaign in Support of Girls’ Educational Programming

Avaya Holdings Corp. have announced a partnership with Save The Children, the global humanitarian organization, to support its Center for Girls and Gender Equality through Avaya’s Devices Diversity Campaign. In the spirit of the US National Diversity Day, Avaya will kick off our Devices Diversity Campaign where for every one of Avaya’s diverse portfolio of multimedia devices sold for the remainder of the year, a contribution will be made to Save the Children’s Center for Girls and Gender Equality. “At Avaya, we fully embrace and advance a diverse, inclusive global…

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Per Mertesacker launches new coaching programme with Save the Children in Jordan

The Arsenal Foundation and Save the Children combine expertise to empower and protect children in the world’s toughest places Former Arsenal Captain and new Arsenal Academy Manager, Per Mertesacker, has recently returned from Jordan where he visited Za’atari Refugee Camp to launch a new coaching programme, which has been co-developed by Arsenal and Save the Children, and funded by The Arsenal Foundation, to build vulnerable children’s courage and inner strength through football. Working as one team, Arsenal and Save the Children have combined their expertise to create a unique programme…

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Save The Children Welcomes Report By International Development Committee On The Aid Sector

Save the Children have made a statement on the report by the International Development Committee On The Aid Sector. Save the Children UK warmly welcomes this rigorous and constructive report. We have to accept that, as a sector, we have failed to meet the standards that the public, parliament and the UK Government demand, and that our beneficiaries have a right to expect. When it comes to protecting vulnerable women and children there is no room for compromise or complacency – and this report sets out practical proposals for change.…

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Innovative virtual reality film provides stark insight into life in drought-affected Somalia

‘Famine’ is one of a series of four immersive films highlighting the tangible consequences of climate change.  Save the Children is launching this virtual reality (VR) film which transports the viewer to the parched land of northern Somalia. The charity partnered with Participant Media and Condition One, who filmed and produced This is Climate Change, a critically-acclaimed VR film series that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. The film is now available for media outlets from today to host on their websites (see embed code in notes to…

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Save The Children & Snapdeal partner to highlight child trafficking

This International Day Against Trafficking in Persons, Save The Children has entered into a partnership with WATConsult, the digital and social media agency from Dentsu Aegis Network India, and Snapdeal to create awareness about the problem of child trafficking in India. The companies launched a campaign titled #KidsNotForSale campaign to curb child trafficking. The companies launched a teaser campaign portraying an ‘Amazing Kids Sale’ on Snapdeal which leads to a hard hitting campaign that highlights stories of children who are sold for prostitution, kidnapped at birth, made to work in…

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