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No Country for Young Girls

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‘No Country for Young Girls?' is a powerful film that engages, provokes and promotes public dialogue on the issues related to gender-biased sex selection. It is useful in facilitating individual and community action on the issue by making them reflect upon their life and experiences. The film has been designed as an experiential learning tool to increase and extend the impact of NGOs and other social organisations in tackling the problem in partnership with community actors.

 

 

 

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Evidence and Action: Good Practices On Integration Of Gender, Human Rights And Culture In UNFPA Programming - India

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Evidence and Action: Good Practices On Integration Of Gender, Human Rights And Culture In UNFPA Programming - India

 

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SPECIAL FINANCIAL INCENTIVE SCHEMES FOR THE GIRL CHILD IN INDIA-A REVIEW OF SELECT SCHEMES

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Based on the request of the Planning Commission, UNFPA commissioned a study to review the performance of fifteen ongoing financial incentive schemes for the girl child in India to promote the well-being of the girl child in India.

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THE WORLD WE WANT: LOOKING BEYOND 2015 VOICES FROM INDIA

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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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Check list for survey of registered ultra sonography clinics

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

 

 

 

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Concurrent Evaluation of The Red Ribbon Express 2012

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On the request of NACO, UNFPA conducted concurrent evaluation of this intervention in collaboration with UNICEF. The zone-wise findings were shared with NACO and other stakeholders to inform better implementation and mobilization activities among general population. This brief report provides the overall findings of the concurrent evlaution and the recommendations for making such programme even more effective. The zone-wise detailed findings have also been compiled which can be obtained from UNFPA.

 

 

 

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Use of Data for Planning and Monitoring of Development Programmes: Training course material

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This manual is a five-day capacity building programme covering methods and sources of obtaining data on various development sectors of demography, reproductive and child health, education, poverty, drinking water and sanitation. The last section on monitoring and evaluation sums up the amenable indicators or their proxies that can be monitored or tracked at the district level. The course design includes hands-on practice and software for estimating various indicators using indirect demographic techniques.

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Assessing the Quality of District Data for Improved Planning and Monitoring of Development Programmes

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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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RAPID ASSESSMENT OF HMIS STRENGTHENING PROJECT IN BIHAR

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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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Policy Brief on Elderly in Odisha

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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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