Save the Children International
1979-11-09 Geneva Switzerland
Founded as an international consortium of autonomous voluntary organizations, following joint response of several 'Save the Children' organizations to the 1976 earthquake in Guatemala (Guatemala). Derives historically from H-XH1867 - Save the Children International Union (SCIU), set up 6 Jan 1920 but which ceased to exist in Sep 1946. Reorganized Mar 1996.
As an organization fighting for children's rights: deliver immediate and lasting improvements to children's lives worldwide; work for a world which respects and values each child, which listens to children and learns, where all children have hope and opportunity.
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