THE CHILDREN'S SCRAPPY NEWS SERVICE

Scrappy - to make something out of nothing to change the world.

The Children’s Scrappy News Service is an original, made in India for a world of children, news-talk-game show run by children. In a newsroom made of junk and once-loved-things children take on and launch movements to solve the biggest challenges of our time.

Scrappy runs on TV, mobile/digital and on the ground in schools

The Children's Scrappy News Service aired on Colors Channel Rishtey and on DD National at 3PM on Saturday and Sundays.

INTERNATIONALLY SCRAPPY: VIVA MEXICO

Scrappy Mexico reports from Mexico City on how to make cities places to play, cycle and recycle.

DIY Scrappy@School

Powered through a scrapbook made of up-cycled, recycled and repurposed materials children across Bihar have been actioning their 21st Century Design-Thinking skills and making their own problem solving shows.

Scrappy Schools runs in schools across Bihar, Bengaluru, Karnataka and Mumbai, Maharashtra.

DIY Scrappy News Projects for kids are about finding problems to solve and designing solutions to solve them. When kids make their own scrappy news services and share their content with us they receive scrappy stars to recycle to get scrappy stuff, which is also made of once-loved-things.

PLAY CITY. THE CHILDREN'S SCRAPPY NEWS SERVICE SEASON II.

Play City, making Mumbai a sustainable place to play for one million children to play and in these new spaces, take on Climate Change in the city.
We asked children: What is the state of play?

With 700 volunteers from colleges across Mumbai we asked children

What would you like to play?
What do you need to play?

The results are exciting.

See Scrappy’s State of Play Report here.

Download it here

SCRAPPY IN THE CITY

What do we need to do to make Mumbai a Sustainable Place to Play for Kids to take on Climate Change?

We’re mapping 200 places to play across the city.

And transforming them with the help of our friends.

Scrappy Play City will run in 1,200 Schools across Mumbai from 2020 onwards.