Mark Loudon, Mini Bhaskar, Yonah Bhutia, Abhey Deshpande, Vidhya Ganesh, Rani Mohanraj, C P Prakasam, K Nelson Royal and S B Saoor1 Jan 2007
This document provides the findings of a study conducted in five Indian states with high HIV prevalence to examine if children affected by HIV/AIDS face barriers to services and if so, the nature and severity of such barriers.
Dr. Loveleen Kacker, Srinivas Varadan, Pravesh Kumar1 Jan 2007
Presents the findings of a nationwide study into the extent and characteristics of child abuse and girl neglect in India. Includes: children in a family environment but not attending school; children in schools; children in institutional care; working children; and street children.
Examination of Chile Solidario social protection programme which shows that the focus of policy makers and researchers should be on integration of cash transfers within broader social protection policies.
Shkumbin Arifi, Vlora Kryeziu and Kaitlin Nelson - Catholic Relief Services1 Jan 2007
This Guide provides a number of practical strategies, tips and activities for working with stakeholders to prevent student dropout. Based on the work of CRS/Kosovo, this information is useful for other organizations and government bodies working on student dropout prevention and response within the region.
The transcript of a speech by Dr. Charles A. Nelson III for the United States House of Representatives. Focus on the basic science and fundamental importance of early childhood development. Advocates strongly for increased attention on the experiences and environments provided for young children.
Guidelines for the minimum standards for residential childcare institutions in Armenia, including how the child should be received, cared for, and the arrangements for the child leaving the institution.
Outlines how to strengthen social protection, legal protection, and alternative care for children at country level. Contains specific actions that governments and NGO's can take to decrease the vulnerability of children affected by AIDS and respond to instances of abuse, exploitation and neglect.