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Gujarat and The Illusion of Development

By – Shipra Nigam at kafila.org MAY 23, 2013 tags: Development in Gujarat, Narendra Modi by Nivedita Menon This Guest post by SHIPRA NIGAM is a review of a volume of essays edited by Atul Sood Poverty Amidst Prosperity: Essays on the Trajectory of Development… Continue Reading →

What Women Really Want for Valentine’s Day

Many of the women who must rely on men for financial support are also subjected to their partners’ views on contraception.  Valentine’s Day has long celebrated love with caring notes, decadent chocolates, and romantic arrangements of flowers. But this Valentine’s… Continue Reading →

Free Medicines in Rajasthan, India

India is known as the pharmacy of the world but 65% of Indians have no access to essential medicines. Watch this video to see how the State of Rajasthan in India is tackling the problem by promoting generic medicines and… Continue Reading →

User fee removal in the health sector in low-income countries: lessons from recent national initiatives

Edited by Bruno Meessen, Lucy Gilson and Abdelmajid Tibouti Health Policy and Planning – Volume 26, Supplement 2 – November 2011 This supplement, sponsored by Unicef, focuses on the challenges related to the design and implementation of user fee removal… Continue Reading →

Abortion rate decline stalls, unsafe abortions rise

By Kate Kelland LONDON, Jan 19 (Reuters) – A long-term decline in the rates of abortion worldwide has stalled and the proportion of terminations that are unsafe and put women’s lives at risk is rising, an international group of scientists… Continue Reading →

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