Quarterly Bulletin

Bal Raksha Bharat

february 2020 | ISSUE-lll

Organisational Showcase

Save the Children: Where knowledge is culture!


Recognizing knowledge as one of the crucial competitive tools for organizational survival and competition, the Quality and Learning team at Save the Children organizes the Knowledge and Learning Exchange Week (KLEW)—an annual learning event designed to disseminate the collective global knowledge repository.
This is achieved through a strong knowledge exchange culture through sharing of grass root level learnings at a bigger platform to ensure that every child learns, survives and is protected. The platform is designed to encourage behavior such as knowledge sharing, seeking and offering by building knowledge infrastructures.


“It was great to be a part of Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPIEPDP) held in November in Thailand. It was a six months intensive and robust training program for child protection practitioners to be more sensitive to child rights issues during emergencies. This course enabled me to think critically on risks that children usually face during natural or man-made emergency situations. This training also provided an opportunity to interact with humanitarian experts from member countries like Norway, Sweden, Indonesia who brought their best practices. This training was designed through simulation exercises, role play, and knowledge exchange exercise. I am looking forward to apply these learnings to become a child sensitive humanitarian practitioner.”

- Ajaz Ahmad Najar, Project Coordinator