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Progress for Children - A Report Card on Adolescents
Progress for Children: A report card on adolescents provides an overview of the situation of adolescents, including of their vulnerabilities in critical areas. It makes a compelling case for increased efforts in advocacy, programming and policy, and for investment, to ensure the rights of adolescents and to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.
UNICEF Annual Report 2012
The report highlights UNICEF’s work to achieve equitable results for children through programmes in more than 150 countries, areas and territories.
Promoting Children’s Participation in Democratic Decision Making
In recent years ‘child participation’ has gained focus at local and international level
Parenting Interventions
PLAY: Provide ways for baby to see, hear, touch, and move arms and legs freely. Gently soothe, stroke and hold child. Skin to skin contact is good.
Reducing Child Marriage in India
In 2014, UNICEF India began to develop a strategy to scale up efforts to reduce child marriage. Global evidence on programming to reduce child marriage showed some encouraging results, but none of the evaluated projects had reached more than 35,000 adolescent girls. In India, UNICEF had been able to organize more than 200,000 girls into adolescent groups.
Adolescence- An Age of Opportunity
This booklet puts together a collection of stories about adolescents who are rising to the challenge and benefitting from programmes which provide them with skills and knowledge and foster youth engagement.
National Cold Chain Assessment
National Cold Chain Assessment report highlights country’s current situation of cold chain with respect to UIP program in terms of infrastructure, processes, policies and practices. It also contains recommendations to address the future initiatives for expanding the scope of the Universal Immunization Program (UIP) with introduction of several Newer and Under-Utilized Vaccines Implementation (NUVI).
National Effective Vaccine Management Assessment
This document provides a comprehensive situational analysis of the cold chain infrastructure, human resources, stock management and monitoring of cold chain and logistics.
National Effective Vaccine Management Assessment
This document provides a comprehensive situational analysis of the cold chain infrastructure, human resources, stock management and monitoring of cold chain and logistics.
Making Schools Accessible to Children with Disabilities
Targeted at school administrators, School Management Committees and parents, this user-friendly guidebook outlines the physical and infrastructural barriers children with disabilities may face in accessing schools and utilizing school facilities and provides step by step guidance and practical solutions to address these barriers. It features a checklist as a simple tool that can be used to assess how accessible a school is and to point out specific areas in need of improvement.
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
National Consultation on Education in Areas Affected by Civil Strife
With the introduction of Right to Education Act (RTE) of 2009
National Guidelines on Menstrual Hygiene Management
The National Guidelines on Menstrual Hygiene Management was released by Honorable Minister of State, Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water and Sanitation, the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, on December 22, 2015.
Group Hand Washing Facilities in Schools
A Technical Design Manual
WASH in Schools in India Commitments and Actions
ASH in Schools in India: Commitments and Actions” is an adaptation of the UNICEF Global document, “Raising Even More Clean Hands: Advancing Health, Learning and Equity through WASH in Schools” launched in 2012, in which key global WASH in Schools initiatives and achievements have been documented and endorsed by 60 global organisations
When Coping Crumbles: Drought in India 2015-16
It was observed that prolonged development deficits created by lack of infrastructure, inappropriate service delivery mechanisms, unsustainable development practices and inadequate social safety nets coupled with declining community-based coping mechanisms have increased insecurities and hardships for children, women and their families
Piloting Basic Income Transfers in Madhya Pradesh, India - Full Report
The Madhya Pradesh Unconditional Cash Transfers Project (MPUCT) is an innovative pilot testing the potential that such transfers hold for addressing vulnerabilities faced by low income Indians
Piloting Basic Income Transfers in Madhya Pradesh, India - Executive Summary
The Madhya Pradesh Unconditional Cash Transfers Project (MPUCT) is an innovative pilot testing the potential that such transfers hold for addressing vulnerabilities faced by low income Indians
Delivering Essential Nutrition Interventions to Women in Tribal Pockets in India
A study from Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand
Childhood Stunting Across Districts in Eight Indian States
The study was conducted between January–October 2016. Publically available prevalence data for childhood stunting at district level from the fourth round of India’s NFHS (2015-2016) were downloaded for all 228 districts of eight Indian states where UNICEF has programming presence – Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and West Bengal. The numbers of stunted children less than five years of age were arrived at using the single age data available fro
Household Food and Nutrition Insecurity in Four Drought-Hit Indian States
The prevalence of maternal and child undernutrition in drought-prone states is high and drought and drought-like conditions compound this issue further. The Government of India should develop Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for food security and nutrition assessment, mitigation and management plans within drought management and mitigation SOPs
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