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In this cross-sectional study 86 children orphaned by AIDS residing in care giving institutions for HIV positive children in Mangalore were assessed for their clinico-epidemiological profile and nutritional status.
This article from the Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies journal presents lessons learned from a RISE Learning Network learning project focused on monitoring (M&E Learning Project) and aimed to generate understanding of approaches and tools that could effectively monitor children and families’ reintegration outcomes. The mid- and end-term reviews of the M&E Learning Project have captured lessons learned on how practitioners can approach monitoring of reintegration to mainstream it into their programme cycle.
This report is a review of the social service workforce in eight countries: Djibouti, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan and Tunisia.
A State-level consultation covering legal, ethical and social aspects of children’s care, organised by the Rajasthan High Court’s Juvenile Justice Committee in collaboration with UNICEF, featured a discussion among experts on "strengthening kinship care, foster care and sponsorship which could protect the interests of orphans and ensure their upbringing in a family environment," according to this article from the Hindu.
This country care review includes the care related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as part of the Committees' examinations of the periodic reports of India.
The aim of this module from the book Rights-based Integrated Child Protection Service Delivery Systems is to review the service delivery systems for welfare, protection and justice for children in India.
This book provides training modules for rights-based integrated child protection service delivery systems at the secondary and tertiary prevention levels.
The aim of this module is to learn about children without parental care and the need for rights-based Integrated Alternative Childcare Centres.
The aim of this review is to analyse the existing published studies regarding these caregivers’ relationships, with a focus on programs in South Asia.
The purpose of this commentary is to reflect on the utility and possible application of the suggestions and study designs in this special issue to real‐life intervention studies in dynamic context settings.