The Call to Action Integrated Newsroom set up for the Summit in August 2015 won the Gold SABRE Award in the Associations category
IPE Global | News | September 29, 2016 IST
SABRE (Superior Achievement in Branding, Reputation & Engagement) Award, world's biggest PR awards programme is dedicated to benchmarking the best PR work from across the globe and attracts close to 5,000 entries globally each year. These awards commemorate the best work produced by public relations to demonstrate that PR can help with strategic reputation management programs that impact the bottom line.
The newsroom was set up for the Global Call to Action Summit 2015- ending preventable maternal and child deaths”, co-hosted by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India and the Health Ministry of Ethiopia, in partnership with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Tata Trusts, UNICEF, USAID and WHO. This was a landmark event which brought together stakeholders to take stock of progress, share best practices and forge alliances to accelerate the end to preventable child and maternal deaths.
Read more about the Call to Action Summit at http://bit.ly/2dcvdwL
The study titled ‘Effectiveness of India’s National Programme to save the girl child: experience of Beti Bachao Beti Padao (B3P) programme from Haryana state’ pointed out how the campaign was monitored at the highest level including by the Chief Minister himself.
Exclusive coverage of Mahakaal Rudrasagar Integrated Development Approach (MRIDA) project in Dabang Duniya - Regional Newspaper
Raghwesh Ranjan spoke about the increasing population in India and its impact