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Child malnutrition is the single biggest contributor to deaths in children-under-five, as they are more susceptible to infections and recover slowly from illness.
Success stories such as Haseena’s have become common throughout the district over the past few months.
KURNOOL, India, 12 September 2013 - Savitri has always been the fighter in her family, crying, if necessary, to get her way through. This is how she convinced her parents to enroll her i...
Initiated by the Karnataka state police, and supported by UNICEF, this project aims at bringing about an attitudinal change in the police force while dealing with cases of abuse and viol...
The Gender Sensitization and People Friendly Project (GSPP), an ongoing project which aims at bringing about an attitudinal change in the police force while dealing with cases of abuse a...
Bangalore, June 12 – To commemorate the World Day Against Child Labour, rallies, exhibitions and public meetings were held in this capital city of the southern Indian state of Karnataka....
Fifty percent of all new HIV infections in India are among young people between 15-24 years - making the fight to protect India’s future – the youth – all the more urgent.
Karnataka as a state has achieved improved health indicators over the past decades, with IMR at present standing at 43/1000 Live Births (NFHS-3), with Neonatal Mortality amounting to 66%...
 
 
 
 
 
 
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