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Institutional delivery means giving birth to a child in a medical institution under the overall supervision of trained and competent health personnel where there are more amenities available to handle the situation and save the life of the mother and child. CARE India trains Frontline workers and ANMs on counselling for institutional delivery. Donate now in making motherhood safer and...
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Institutional delivery means giving birth to a child in a medical institution
CARE India
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06/20/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
Still in many villages in Bihar women find it difficult to access a PHC/CHC for maternal care or delivery. Some women had to walk for hours to get to the nearest healthcare centre. CARE India's maternal and child health program is designed to provide quality antenatal care, deliveries attended by skilled attendants, quality institutional deliveries and home visits by Female Health Worker (FHW)...
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Still in many villages in Bihar women find it difficult to access
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CARE India
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06/19/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
IT had the potential to transform #agriculture into a better prospect in the wake of climate change and decrease in the cultivable land. The ICT tools can change the ideas, activities and knowledge of the farmers. Farmers feel empowered and can adopt appropriate measures at the time of need. [ Bit.ly Link ] #HarvestingHope
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CARE India
CARE India
06/16/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
Picture caption: Listening to a mother’s foetus in Bihar.
In many parts of rural India women not only need access to well-equipped health clinics, but also assistance from trained personnel who can recognize and deal with complications. CARE India is working with Frontline Health Care Workers such as ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activists) and Aanganwari workers (AWW) towards ensuring...
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Picture caption: Listening to a mother’s foetus in Bihar
The self-help women's groups (SHGs) development model is based on the idea of women empowerment; it not only offers members a sustainable income and a new level of financial mobility, but it also encourages women to utilize local resources, raises awareness of their rights, develops leadership skills and confidence.
Story of Chandrika Ben is a strong example of #WomenEmpowerment through...
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Gender is a crucial determinant of whether a child engages in labour. In many poor and marginalised communities in India, where girls are traditionally seen as homemakers, many mothers encourage their daughters to start working as domestics. Gender-sensitive programmes and policies that combat and prevent child labour are essential to fulfilling the rights of boys and girls, including the...
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Gender is a crucial determinant of whether a child engages in labour
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What's the most simple thing you have done to support #genderequality at home? Here are some choices : have you ever offered to help your spouse with household work and the kids if they are sick? have you bought presents for your children breaking away from the typical 'girly' and boyish choices available from the market, did you encourage your married son when he wanted to cook for the...
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Gender inequality also contributes to inadequate nutrition and food insecurity among women and children. Data shows women are at greater risk of malnutrition than men and more girls die of malnutrition than boys. In CARE India's TARINA nutrition awareness programs we focus on enhancing the diversity of agricultural production as well as the importance of diet diversity for all members of the...
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Gender inequality also contributes to inadequate nutrition and food insecurity among women
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The most affected group by #malnutrition is children under five, #pregnant and lactating #women. Malnutrition is predictable, preventable and treatable. CARE India provides food and nutritional support to vulnerable families, particularly to mothers and children. Through our BRIDDHI project we try to transform the eating habits of marginalized communities, for a healthier future. Read more [...
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The most affected group by malnutrition is children under five pregnant and
Despite the fact that agriculture is typically farmers primary source of livelihood, smallholder farmers have little access to technology and insecure access to irrigation, making them one of the most vulnerable groups to future climate change. [ Theshillongtimes.com Link ] #HarvestingHope
Despite the fact that agriculture is typically farmers primary source of livelihood

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#Sustainability includes the economy, environment and social justice. Read @Google’s Environmental Report 2016 [ Googleusercontent.com Link ]
Climate change will exacerbate the stress on India’s water sources, and the country is expected to suffer major health crises. It is the duty of everyone to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wildlife, and to...
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June 1 was the #WorldMilkDay
Dairy has an important role in Indian economy. Our country has the largest population of the cattle and are stands first in buffalo milk production in the world. Through CARE India and Cargill K-LEAP project, farmers have access to agricultural service centers and milk collection sites, driving a 50% spike in agriculture productivity and a 182% increase in milk...
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June 1 was the WorldMilkDay Dairy has an important role in Indian
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Today is #WorldNoTobaccoDay 2017
This year Union Health Minister @JagatPrakashNadda is chosen for WHO Director-General Special Recognition Awards for accelerating India’s tobacco control initiatives and taking bold measures to protect people against hazards of tobacco use. [ Bit.ly Link ]
According to a World Health Organization (WHO) report, action to stamp out tobacco use can help countries...
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Today is WorldNoTobaccoDay 2017 This year Union Health Minister JagatPrakashNadd
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Increase women's participation in the country's workforce would boost household earnings and reduce poverty, besides creating better health and education conditions for the women's children World Bank
Increase womens participation in the countrys workforce would boost household earnings and

Higher women's share in labour force to lift India growth rate: World Bank

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Watch this video : Keeping girls in school with improved menstrual hygiene management. Teach mothers, fathers, girls and boys that periods aren't taboo rather natural! #MHday2017 #MenstrualHygieneDay [ Bit.ly Link ]
Watch this video Keeping girls in school with improved menstrual hygiene management

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Helping girls in Vanuatu stay in school through Menstrual Hygiene Management.

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Did you know 40 million girls in India miss school during periods?
According to studies, 1 in every 5 girls in India is forced to drop out of school just because she misses 5 days every month, which is quite alarming!
Going to school while on their period is difficult for many girls. Without access to or money for sanitary products they might be forced to use rags or other materials instead....
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Did you know 40 million girls in India miss school during periods
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In Kutch, agriculture is not only major source of livelihood in rural areas, but it is a way of life for community. Even though there are some obstacles like geographic conditions- rainfall pattern, saline soil, non availability of quality irrigation water for agricultural. Farmers are prepared to accept new technology like drip irrigation, plantation of horticultural crops etc. ...
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We can make changes in our own lives—at home, at work and in the community—by supporting local farmers and markets and making sustainable and nutritious food choices. We owe this not only to the producers who devote their lives to feeding the world, but also to the billions of people who are living every day with limited access to food. Help and support our farmers through their hardships [...
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We can make changes in our own livesat home at work and
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The day of birth is potentially the most dangerous day for both mothers and their babies. Access to a skilled birth attendant is critical for averting maternal and neonatal deaths. CARE India is working on enhancing the capacities of community health workers in the programme area to deliver maternal, newborn, child health and nutrition services with improved quality. Help make pregnancy safer...
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The day of birth is potentially the most dangerous day for both
"Before I connected with the women collectives, I was a ‘sabjiwali’ to other women in the village, who looked down upon me. After my association with Self Help Groups (SHG) and exposure with CARE India’s training under the Madhya Pradesh Nutrition Project (MPNP), I now help families detect malnutrition and find ways to fight it. The same women in the village now call me ‘didi’. I am the one...
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