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Assam

Andhra Pradesh

Bihar

Chhattisgarh

Gujarat

Jharkhand

Madhya Pradesh

Karnataka

Maharashtra

Orissa

Rajasthan

Tamil Nadu

Uttar Pradesh

West Bengal

 

Stories from the field

Using Insecticide Treated Nets to Fight Malaria
RAIPUR, CHATTISGARH, 11 May 2010 – Padma is from Bhairamgarh block of Bijapur district in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. She is six months pregnant. The state is one of the top malaria endemic states in India with 100,000 malaria cases reported

The Magic Cube
Soap is what every mother, father and child is being asked to use. Handwashing with soap is what every school is being asked to ensure. Soap, is what will bring down diarrhoeal deaths.

Khelo India, Khelbo Chhattisgarh: Sports for All
RAIPUR, CHATTISGARH, 11 May 2010 – Padma is from Bhairamgarh block of Bijapur district in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. She is six months pregnant. The state is one of the top malaria endemic states in India with 100,000 malaria cases reported

Chak de: Jyoti’s story of courage and determination
RAIPUR, CHATTISGARH, 11 May 2010 – Padma is from Bhairamgarh block of Bijapur district in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. She is six months pregnant. The state is one of the top malaria endemic states in India with 100,000 malaria cases reported

Breastfeeding – The Easy Way To Save Lives
It was 9.00 a.m. Subhash Stadium usually deserted at this hour, was abuzz with activity. Loudspeakers blasting jingles, vans, sumo carrires, cycle rickshaws....

A Special experience for children of Dornapal transit camp
The Born Free team, comprising teenagers who have themselves faced a tough childhood, introduced these children to sculpture, photography, music and dance.

Endeavor for Enhancing Survival of the Little Ones
It’s heartening to see Kamlabai walking along the dusty tracks of her home to the Anganwadi Centre (AWC) where Suresh is to be given his 4th dose of Vitamin A.

Who is Markam Dulley?
She was a four-year-old tribal girl sacrificed in the name of a revolution. Her eight-year-old brother, Markam Joga, crippled by polio recalled that fateful night when the Naxalites attacked their rehabilitation camp.

 

 

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