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Udayan Care, Tata Trusts & UNICEF,

This report on Aftercare is based on research on “Current Aftercare Practices” (CAP), with regard to Children in Need of Care and Protection (CNCP), under the Juvenile Justice (JJ) Act, 2015, conducted in five states of India: Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. It is about the status of Aftercare youth, or Care Leavers (CLs) transitioning from state care to adulthood in the wider community.

Vignesh V - The New Indian Express,

"Days after the managing trustee of an orphanage was arrested for sexually exploiting four minor inmates, activists have demanded Child Welfare Committee, District Child Protection Unit and police personnel to conduct frequent inspections at the homes in the district," says this article from the New Indian Express.

The Times of India,

The government of the state of Kerala in India has launched a new program to promote kinship care for children currently residing in child care instititions, according to this article from the Times of India.

Udayan Care, Tata Trusts & UNICEF,

“Current Aftercare Practices” (CAP) is a documentation exercise designed to look at the support and services received by CLs from the objective lens of an ‘Aftercare Quality Index’(AQI), calculated using the scores within 8 domains. This report covers a total of 98 young adults from Rajasthan, comprising of 40 males and 58 females CLs, from both Government and NGO-run Child Care Institutions (CCIs) and 17 youth who, as children, availed the benefits under the Palanhar scheme of the Rajasthan Government.

Sushmita Chakraborty, Shipra Modak, Susmita Halder - Indian Journal of Applied Research,

A descriptive study was undertaken to assess self-esteem and its associated factors among adolescents living in orphanage and with parents at home in a selected orphanage and community, West Bengal with the objectives to assess level of self-esteem among adolescents living in orphanage and in home and to find out the associated factors related to self-esteem.

Seema Naaz and Zubair Meenai - Rajagiri Journal of Social Development,

This paper presents the current vulnerabilities faced by children and the scenario of child protection in India. While discussing the legal provisions prevailing in the country, it sheds light on the socio-cultural barriers that are creating resistance within the society in making the Alternative Care model (and the process of deinstitutionalisation of children) a success. Lastly it suggests viable options that may be helpful for the same.

Vignesh Vijayakumar - The Hindu,

An inquiry by police in the Indian state of Namakkal into an audio recording of a conversation on procuring babies for illegal adoption, "which sounded like one between a prospective buyer and a broker, uncovered a network involved in the sale of 30 newborns – 24 of them female -- from various parts of the State," says this article from the Hindu.

Dileep V Kumar - The New Indian Express,

The government of the Indian state of Kerala is considering a plan to deinstitutionalize their residential care system, reintegrating children from child care institutions into their families of origin or finding family-based alternative care options such as foster care and adoption, according to this article from the New Indian Express.

Udayan Care, Tata Trusts & UNICEF,

“Current Aftercare Practices” (CAP) is a research study designed to look at the support and services received by Care Leavers (CLs) from the objective lens of an ‘Aftercare Quality Index’(AQI), calculated using the scores within 8 domains. This report covers a total of 107 CLs from Maharashtra, comprising of 74 males and 33 females, from both Government and Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) run Child Care Institutions (CCIs).

Udayan Care, Tata Trusts & UNICEF,

“Current Aftercare Practices” (CAP) is a research study designed to look at the support and services received by Care Leavers (CLs) from the objective lens of an ‘Aftercare Quality Index,’(AQI), calculated using the scores obtained on 8 domains. This report covers a total of 108 CLs from Karnataka, comprising of 47 males and 61 females, from both Government and NGO-run Child Care Institutions (CCIs).