Save the Children,India is a leading independent children’s rights organization, celebrating 100 years of service to the world’s most vulnerable citizens—children from marginalized sections of society. In India, Save the Children is taking some important steps to ensure children enjoy basic rights—to survive, thrive, and be protected from any form of harm.
After the country’s all-too-frequent typhoons, floods, and other natural disasters, the organization marshals teams of rescue workers to provide food, temporary shelter, and a ray of hope to the youngest victims and their families.
I've seen a visible spark that is created in a child when they realize that change is possible, opening a world of opportunity for them and their communities.Bidisha Pillai, CEO, Save the Children, India
Relief workers for Save the Children, India respond to some of India’s worst natural catastrophes, including earthquakes, floods, and cyclones. The humanitarian agency relies on Oracle HCM Cloud to attract and cultivate workers who live out of a backpack, spend long months away from home, and work in extremely challenging, even dangerous, conditions.
The cloud-based HR system’s talent management and recruiting modules give Save the Children, India access to a global pool of employee specialists for the organization’s emergency-response force. The agency also uses Oracle HCM Cloud’s workforce management module to track employees’ vacation and sick time, and record personnel details and performance evaluations.
Agency professionals also count on Oracle ERP Cloud for instant access to real-time financial data from all locations. Using Oracle Financials Cloud, the team can track every grant and carefully monitor expenditures against available funds, allowing Save the Children, India to accurately report to donors “every rupee received and spent by our organization,” says CEO Bidisha Pillai.
By automating its routine paperwork with Oracle Cloud, Save the Children, India has freed its employees to spend more of their time caring for children.