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This is a check list developed for survey of registered ultra sonography clinics

 

 

 

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This report brings together insights from institutions and networks whose work has been rooted in interventions against systemic poverty and inequality across the Indian sub-continent. It is felt that this is a significant first step in ensuring that the debate on the post 2015 agenda is more inclusive of the global south not just in terms of participation but also in terms of generating ideas and content for the new vision of global development.

 

 

 

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An attempt to simplify the processes of assessing the quality of data from the perspective of improved planning and tracking of feasible Millennium Development Goal (MDG) indicators at the district level have been worked out after a review of development data generated by various national flagship programmes in two districts each in Karnataka and Rajasthan with good and not so good data systems in the country.

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This rapid assessment was conducted internally by UNFPA and IIHMR. The methodology was
decided in an internal brainstorming meeting and tools were developed to investigate project
achievements in terms of improving knowledge of the health functionaries on various data
elements of the Health Management System (HMIS). The field work for gathering data was
undertaken by the project staff during June - July, 2011. The summary report has been prepared
at UNFPA HQ, New Delhi, which provides interpretation of the data and brings out the lessons
learned and the way forward. The efforts of all those involved in this process are gratefully
acknowledged.

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A brief report on the status of elderly brings out pointers for policy response for the state of Odisha. The findings is based on the primary research conducted by UNFPA and its partner institutions - ISEC, Bangalore, IEG, Delhi and TISS, Mumbai and utilizing data from Census 2011.

 

 

 

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United Nations Population Fund collaborated with Institute for Social and Economic Change (Bangalore), Institute of Economic Growth (Delhi) and Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Mumbai) - to conduct an in-depth survey on ‘Building a Knowledge Base on Population Ageing in India (BKPAI)'. The two main components of the study are: (i) research using secondary data; and (ii) collecting primary data through sample surveys on socio-economic status, health and living conditions of the elderly that can be used for further research, advocacy and policy dialogue.

The primary survey was carried out in seven states - Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal - having a higher percentage of population in the age group 60 years and above compared to the national average.

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United Nations Population Fund collaborated with Institute for Social and Economic Change (Bangalore), Institute of Economic Growth (Delhi) and Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Mumbai) - to conduct an in-depth survey on ‘Building a Knowledge Base on Population Ageing in India (BKPAI)'. The two main components of the study are: (i) research using secondary data; and (ii) collecting primary data through sample surveys on socio-economic status, health and living conditions of the elderly that can be used for further research, advocacy and policy dialogue.

 

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This data sheet provides highlights on Gender Composition of Adolescent and Youth Population for both National and sub-national level. This a collaborative efforts of UNFPA with ORGI and data is based on special tabulation of 2001 and 2011 census data.

 

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As part of the SKCC project, a research was carried out on the nutritional and health status of college going girls in districts of Bihar by the college students.

 

 

 

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The case laws in this book have been compiled and analysed by the Maharashtra Judicial Academy, as a recommendation of the colloquia and training programmes to serve as a good reference for dealing with cases under the PCPNDT Act more effectively.

 

 

 

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