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Read more examples of our work in the following links.

Menstrual Hygiene and Anaemia Prevention Key to Keeping Tribal Girls in School
DIBRUGARH, India, 15 June 2010 – Anganwadi Durowpadi Bedia takes her job very seriously as a community-based health worker on the Nahortoli Tea Estate in the northeast Indian state of Assam.

Dramatic Increase of Exclusive Breastfeeding Leads to Improved Child Survival in Assam
DIBRUGARH, India, 15 June 2010 – Anganwadi Durowpadi Bedia takes her job very seriously as a community-based health worker on the Nahortoli Tea Estate in the northeast Indian state of Assam.

Positive Deviance Helps Curb Malnutrition in West Bengal
Bharati and her children are part of a positive deviance program mobilizing community resources to tackle malnutrition in this poor village of 565 inhabitants. The idea behind positive deviance is to understand the feeding and caring patterns of families.

Nutrition Wins
Including the excluded: over 13 million children reached with life-saving vitamin A supplements in the state of Bihar, India

Child Undernutrition in India: A Gender Issue
Speech by UNICEF Country Representative Karin Hulshof as part of a panel on Undernutrition and Gender in India chaired by the The Ministry of Women and Child Development

Saving twins from the clutches of malnutrition
DIBRUGARH, India, 15 June 2010 – Anganwadi Durowpadi Bedia takes her job very seriously as a community-based health worker on the Nahortoli Tea Estate in the northeast Indian state of Assam.

Tackling malnutrition among excluded children
One-and-half-year old Rakesh Kumar and seven-month old Chandan are both suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM)


DIBRUGARH, India, 15 June 2010 – Anganwadi Durowpadi Bedia takes her job very seriously as a community-based health worker on the Nahortoli Tea Estate in the northeast Indian state of Assam.

UNICEF supports teenaged tsunami survivor to bring smiles on children’s faces

Home away from home, for tsunami hit children, supported by UNICEF
Nandini is all of three years old, barely able to speak, but her deep black eyes tell the sad story of having lost her mother Mrs. Anjumal, a fisher woman, to the devastating tsunami on 26 December.

Community based interventions -- Bihar, Jharkhand
The Dular strategy promotes home-based changes in parents' day-to-day care practices.

Adolescent anaemia - Gujarat
In 2000, a baseline survey conducted among more than 2,800 adolescent girls in Gujarat’s Vadodara district, showed that up to 75 per cent were anaemic.

Working with salt producers - Tamil Nadu
Although Tamil Nadu is one of the three major salt producing and exporting states in India, only about 20 per cent of its households were using adequately iodised salt in 1999.

 

 

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