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Ep-43: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in street situations: Aadhaar Card and Education ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children in street situations: Aadhaar Card and Education', features an interview with Lalita Pradeep, Additional Director General, Basic Education, Uttar Pradesh.

Ep-42: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situations: Aadhaar Card and Direct Benefit Transfer ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children in Street Situations: Aadhaar Card and Direct Benefit Transfer', features an interview with Indira Murthy, Joint Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India.

Ep-41: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situation: Aadhaar Card and Health Services ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children in Street Situation: Aadhaar Card and Health Services', features an interview with Rupa Kapoor and Pooja Jaswani, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR).

Ep-40: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situations: Aadhar Card and Financial Security ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on ' Children in Street Situations: Aadhar Card and Financial Security', features an interview with Rita Singh, Member, Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR).

Ep-39: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situations: Importance of Aadhar as an identity card ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on ' Children in Street Situations: Importance of Aadhar as an identity card', features an interview with Yashwant Jain, Member, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR).

Ep-38: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situations: Benefits of Aadhaar in Skilling ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children in Street Situations: Benefits of Aadhaar in Skilling', features an interview with Jayant Krishna, Executive Director, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

Ep-37: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children and Natural Disasters ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children and Natural Disasters', features an interview with Manabendranath Ray, Director, Programme Development and Global Urban Strategy Initiave, Save the Children.

Ep-36: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children living in street situations: Access to Shelter ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children living in street situations: Access to Shelter', features an interview with Kanak Tiwari, Urban Development Specialist, National Institute of Urban Affairs, New Delhi.

Ep-35: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children living in street situations: Access to Health ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children living in street situations: Access to Health', features an interview with Preeti Pant, Joint Secretary, Ministry Of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.

Ep-34: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children living in street situations: Access to Food ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Children living in street situations: Access to Food', features an interview with Basanta Kumar Kar, Country Director, Project Concern International in India.

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Hindi is an official language of the Republic of India besides 21 other languages listed in the Constitution of India. Hindi is the most spoken language among Indians. According to the Indian census of 2011, Hindi is the native language of more than 258 million people.