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Trapped after being forced to say ‘I do’

ARUNA KASHYAP Child brides are not criminals. They cannot be compared to children accused of committing crimes. Anyone who hears a story of a girl forced into marriage before she turned 18 will tell you that she had little choice… Continue Reading →

How Biriya delivered safely

Kounteya Sinha | February 11, 2012 A unique project in MP ensures that even women who live in remote tribal villages are only a phone call away from safe childbirth. Scenario 1 Time: 1. 40 am February 6 Deepak Tiwari,… Continue Reading →

North South Dialogue IV (Conference On Inclusion of Disabled)- Goa 19-23 Feb

There are over 100 million disabled Indians who have no access to services. Despite legislation only 2% disabled have so far been covered. The North South Dialogue (NSD) was conceptualized by Dr. Mithu Alur and ADAPT – Able Disable All… 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 →

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