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Ep-52: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Role of Aadhaar Card in stopping child trafficking ( 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 'Role of Aadhar Card in stopping violence against children living in street situations', features an interview with Ananya Chatterjee Chakraborti, Chairperson, West Bengal State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (WBSCPCR).

Ep-51: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Role of Aadhar card in stopping violence against children living in street situations ( 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 'Role of Aadhar Card in stopping violence against children living in street situations', features an interview with Vrushali Suhas Deshpande, Member, Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR).

Ep-50: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Role of Aadhaar card in ensuring child rights in street situations ( 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 'Role of Aadhaar card in ensuring child rights in street situations', features an interview with Dr Suchita Chaturvedi, Member, Uttar Pradesh State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (UPSCPCR).

Ep-49: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Aadhaar card and safe environment for children in street situations ( 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 'Aadhaar card and safe environment for children in street situations', features two interviews with Prabha Patel, Member, Gujarat State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (GSCPCR), and Harshadbhai Chaudhary, Member, Gujarat State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (GSCPCR).

Ep-48: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Rehabilitation of  children living in street situations and role of Aadhaar 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 'Rehabilitation of  children living in street situations and role of Aadhaar Card', features an interview with Dr Helan Sekar, National Labour Institute, Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India.

Ep-47: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situations: Aadhaar  and Missing Children ( 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  and Missing Children', features an interview with Dr Seema Joshi, Member, Rajasthan State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (RSCPCR).

Ep-46: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situations: Aadhaar and Mental Wellness of Children ( 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 and Mental Wellness of Children', features an interview with Samrah Mirza, Member, Delhi Commision of Protection of Child Rights.

Ep-45: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Children in Street Situations: Aadhaar Card and Government schemes ( 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 Government schemes', features an interview with Barnali Sharma, Director,Cultural Affairs, Government of Assam.

Ep-44: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Role of Indian Railways in Handling Children in Street Situations ( 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 'Role of Indian Railways in Handling Children in Street Situations', features an interview with Dr Suresh Saini, Deputy Inspector General cum Chief Security Commissioner, Railway Protection Force, North Eastern Railway, Indian Railways.

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.

Magazine

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Magazines are an interesting radio format that combines other formats e.g. vox-pop, talk, interview and music to become a radio programme. Magazine programmes are generally broadcast on periodic basis i.e. weekly, bi-weekly, fortnightly or monthly. These programmes are generally audience and thematic orientation.