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Child Rights - A Handbook for Journalists
Journalists must realise that reporting on or portraying children has an impact on society’s attitude to children. Indeed, it can also affect adult behaviour.

Preventive Strategies for Child Protection:
The document is aimed at providing practical and experiential guidance to Governments and Community-based Organizations to set up and strengthen Child Protection Committees at the community level.

Intensification of Routine Immunization
The Communication Operational and Technical Guideline is designed for Immunization Officers and Communication staff with state governments to develop and operationalize an effective communication strategy to create and sustain demand for Routine Immunizat

National Forum on Quality Pre-School Learning Programme in Rural Areas
This report captures the key recommendations on ECCE that emerged from the National Forum on Quality Pre-School Learning Programme in Rural Areas, held in July 2012 at Ranchi, Jharkhand

National Consultation on Education in Areas Affected by Civil Strife
The Report highlights the key challenges in implementing Right to Education Act (2009) in areas affected by civil strife and conflict in India.

Child Marriage in India - An analysis of available data (2012)
Child marriage affects both boys and girls but impacts girls with higher incidence and more intensity. It has important consequences on the development and full growth of the girl as it is associated with increased risks of maternal and child mortalit

Country Programme Action Plan 2013-2017
The Ministry of Women and Child Development, as the Government’s nodal Ministry for the advancement ofchildren and women, and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) jointly developed the Country ProgrammeAction Plan (CPAP) for 2013-2017.

School Awards for Child Friendly Norms and Standards
A state wide system of rating of schools along WASH indicators have been institutionalized by Government of West Bengal, by the name Nirmal Vidyalay Puraskar.

WASH In All Schools: Making it a Reality
WASH in Schools (Water, sanitation and hygiene in schools), supports global efforts to realize our vision of a world where all children go to schools that provide a safe, healthy and comfortable environment where children grow, learn and thrive.

Wash Atlas - Unpacking the Census 2011 Data on Water and Saintation- Maharashtra
The water and sanitation sector in Maharashtra has during the last ten years, witnessed positive growth. 6.5 million new households (53 per cent of total households) have access to toilet facilities and 3.9 mn newhouseholds have access to drinking water.

Children in Maharashtra - An Atlas of Social Indicators
This document “Children in Maharashtra - An Atlas of Social Indicators” is an attempt to present a comprehensive picture of the status of children in the state and is being published jointly with the Planning Department of the Government of Maharashtra.

Catalysing Media Discourse on Routine Immunization
A partnership was thus forged with IGNOU, the country’s largest distance education University which has presence in the remotest corners of the country. This partnership was established keeping in mind the need to build capacities of media from difficult-

Evaluation of UNICEF Strategic Positioning in India
This report presents the findings, conclusions, recommendations and lessons learned of an evaluation of UNICEF’s Strategic Positioning in India.

UNICEF India Country Office Annual Report 2011
The gains made in 2011 have been significant. India is close to making history by stopping the transmission of wild poliovirus. There have been no reported cases of wild poliovirus for more than 12 months concurrently in 2011.

Emergency Prepardness Reports
Journalists must realise that reporting on or portraying children has an impact on society’s attitude to children. Indeed, it can also affect adult behaviour.

Important Health Reports and Surveys
Journalists must realise that reporting on or portraying children has an impact on society’s attitude to children. Indeed, it can also affect adult behaviour.

Education Reports
'Gramodaya' literally means 'rising of village'. We consider that the title would suit the contents of this book most. As most of us involved in rural development programmes-whether as leaders, administrators, NGOs, the actual doers at the grass roots.

The Situation of Children in India
India is home to the largest number of children in the world, significantly larger than the number in China.1 The country has 20 per cent of the 0- 4 years’ child population of the world.

UNICEF India Country Office Annual Report 2010
The year 2010 has ended on a high note with the visit of Executive Director in December. It offered a great opportunity to present the challenges India faces in achieving equity and social inclusion.

 

 

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