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India and Children and young people

India
  • Capital: New Delhi
  • Population: 1173108018
  • Size: 3287590.0 Km2

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Impact of public spending on health and education of children in India: A Panel data simultaneous equation model
R. Bhakta / Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, India, 2014
The basic objective of this study is to examine the impact of public expenditure on health and education after incorporating the linkages between health status of children and their educational achievements in India. The study has dev...
Technical Note: D-Rev’s Cost Effective Phototherapy Device
Knowledge Partnership Programme, 2014
Phototherapy treatment : Over decades, phototherapy has been used as a safe, effective treatment of neonatal jaundice. It involves use of light to convert bilirubin molecules in the body into water-soluble isomers that can be excreted...
Human development and public policy in India: papers presented at General Conference of International Union for Scientific Study of Population, Busan, Korea
Knowledge Partnership Programme, 2013
This documentscontains the agenda and titles of papers presented at: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) XXVII International Population Conference Busan, Korea 31 August 2013. The document include...
Youth mobilization initiatives in India – programme summary
Knowledge Partnership Programme, 2014
India is home to one of the largest and fastest-growing youth populations in the world. Currently it has 330 million people aged 10–24 and if one goes by the national definition of youth (ages 13–35), then youth constitute...
Residential schooling strategies: impact on girl’s education and empowerment
Knowledge Partnership Programme, 2014
Although there is no definite policy on residential schooling in general or for girls in particular, several residential schooling strategies exist for girls in the public school system in India. There also exist certain small-scale r...
Nutrition security of women and children in India: opportunity for building partnership with Low Income Countries (LIC)
Knowledge Partnership Programme, 2014
Malnutrition is often incorrectly perceived merely as a food problem. Under nutrition, hunger and food insecurity are not the same thing. Malnutrition is a complex multi-determinant problem. Malnutrition is a result of impact of immed...
Agriculture and child under-nutrition in India: a state level analysis
S.S. Vepa; V. Umashan kar; B.V. Bhavani; R. Parasar / Madras School of Economics, India, 2014
The basic rationale for exploring agriculture-nutrition linkage in developing countries is the existence of high level of undernutrition among rural population and a high level of their dependence on agriculture for livelihood. ...
Changing schools in Andhra Pradesh: the experiences of children and their caregivers
U. Vennam; A. Komanduri; U. Duggani / Young Lives, 2014
Moving from one school to another is a significant event for children, marked by new experiences and challenges. Changing schools can be difficult in terms of the curriculum, language, physical facilities in the school, change of frie...
The role of education in responding to natural disasters
Health and Education Advice and Resource Team, 2011
The role for education in natural disaster management that appeared most frequently in the literature is teaching children risk reduction and management material. Children often spread learning to their families and communities and ma...
Child Marriage in South Asia
Center for Food Safety, 2013
Child marriage is a human rights crisis occurring on an alarming scale in South Asia. South Asia accounts for almost half of all child marriages that occur globally. Child marriage does not constitute a single rights violation; rather...
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Save the Children India
Child rights organisation in India
The Goodwill Social Work Centre
The Goodwill Social Work Centre aims to: promote the overall development of children, youth and women in rural and urban areas in India, who are socially and economically deprived provide family-centred home-based intensive services to children, youth and women in dysfunctional families in slums and backward areas in India sensitise rural and ur...
The Concerned for Working Children (CWC)

Promoting a society free of child labour

Urban Health Resource Centre (UHRC)
Indian urban health network
Butterflies, India
Butterflies is an NGO that works with street children in Delhi, India. The organisation’s programmes include education, health, saving schemes, a crisis centre, children's media, and vocational training. Butterflies has a research and advocacy centre that focuses on child rights issues. These include nutritional status of street children child labour non formal education Butter...
Mamidipudi Venkatarangaiya Foundation (MVF)
Action against child labour in India
National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCC)
Organisation coordinating and promoting child-focused social development
HAQ Centre for Child Rights
Centre for child rights
Centre for Women's Development Studies (CWDS)
Indian research centre specialising in gender-based research
Indicus Analytics
Indian economics research firm
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