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Panchali Datta(Pal), Sutapa Ganguly, B. N. Roy - International Journal of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine10 Dec 2018

A cross-sectional comparative descriptive study was conducted among 300 children of age 6-12 years from a pediatric outpatient department of a selected hospital and 300 children from selected orphanages in Kolkata to compare the prevalence of behavioral disorders in children under parental care and out of parental care using Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ).

Daanish Bin Nabi - Newslaundry16 Nov 2018

In this article, Newslaundry investigates six orphanages that were shut down in the Kashmir Valley owing to abuse or poor facilities.

Shambhu, Dayal Sharma; Rajesh, Sasidharan K.; Subramanya, P. - Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research1 Nov 2018

The aim of this study was to examine associations between mindfulness and psychological factors (i.e., depression, cognitive function, positive emotion, and negative emotion) among adolescent orphans in children's care homes in India.

Karen Smith Rotabi, Gokul Mandayam, Arlene Manoharan, Archana Mehendale - Journal of Human Rights and Social Work29 Oct 2018

In this paper, the urgent need to strengthen the child protection system in India is presented in the context of the Integrated Child Protection Scheme and relevant juvenile justice legislation.

Kirrily Pells, Virginia Morrow, M. Catherine Maternowska & Alina Potts - Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies: An International Interdisciplinary Journal for Research, Policy and Care20 Oct 2018

This paper highlights findings from a a 15-year longitudinal cohort study of children growing up in poverty in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam.

Shubham Kumar, Aseer Ahmad Ansari, Baidehi Ghosh, William Rivera Hernadez, Chittaranjan Pradhan - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Data Engineering and Communication Technology4 Oct 2018

This paper deals with the design and development procedures involved in child protection practices in India.

Shankaran Sarita - Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond6 Sep 2018

This paper from the Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond Special Issue on Aftercare provides an insight into the lives of two care leavers to understand their experiences in the world outside care. It brings out significant recommendations for reforms in aftercare policies for children leaving care.

Atluri Namratha, Pogula Mounika, Chandrashekar Riti, Ariely Sumedha Gupta - Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond6 Sep 2018

This study from the Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond Special Issue on Aftercare describes the mental health outcomes and transition experiences of a group of young adults who are currently transitioning (aftercare) or have already transitioned (alumni) out of a residential care organisation for orphaned and separated children (OSC) in New Delhi, India.

Bhargava Rini, Chandrashekhar Riti, Kansal Shubhangi, Modi Kiran - Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond6 Sep 2018

This study from the Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond Special Issue on Aftercare was conducted on 47 young adults who had grown up in various government and non-government child care institutions of New Delhi, India and the aftercare services they did or did not receive. The analysis revealed that the existing aftercare programmes are ill-equipped to prepare Out-of-Home Care (OHC) youth to transition from alternative care to independent living.

Khan Saif Rasul - Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond6 Sep 2018

This study from the Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond Special Issue on Aftercare is aimed at studying the concept of aftercare from the prism of human rights and the international framework in context of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the UN resolution, Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children. Furthermore, the research is aimed at analysing the legal provisions and standards provided within the Indian legal system and how far it is attuned to the international standards.

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