Which do "they" and "their actions" refer to? "Social campaigns" or "people"? "they" surely seems to refer to "social campaigns", but "their" of "their actions" is vague, I think "their" could mean "of social campaigns" or "the people involved in social campaigns".
12) Social campaigns have been organized to fight against child labor in India. However, they were not so successful because the Indian people did not feel (that) their actions could make much difference. To change people's attitude toward the issue, a new style of advertising was attempted. Instead of putting posters on walls, a life-size child's [statue/status]holding up a heavy box above his head [was/were] placed in several shopping malls.
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