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More Evidence on the Impact of India's Conditional Cash Transf...

by Natalie Carvalho, Naveen Thacker, Subodh S. Gupta, Joshua A. Salomon Background In 2005, India established a conditional cash transfer program called Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY), to increase institutional delivery and encourage the use of ..., 1 week ago

Rs. 10456.25 cr Approved for JSY Since its Launch

Under the JananiSurakshaYojana (JSY), mothers are registered as JSY beneficiaries by the ANM/Staff Nurse/Medical Officer provided they deliver in a government or private accredited hospital and they fulfil the eligibility criteria as prescribed under the JSY ...
 PIB2 months ago

A list of next 150-day goals under Gatishil Gujarat mission of Gujarat government

According to Gujarat government spokesperson ministers Nitin Patel and Saurabh Patel, the government has prepared an agenda of Gatisihil Gujarat for next 150 days(upto 31st March 2015) covering 18 main subjects and 111 activities. The entire ...
 DeshGujarat1 week ago

Giving voice to dead women

Sumitra (name changed) gave birth to a girl at a Public Health Centre (PHC) in Udaipur district, Rajasthan. Both the Auxillary Nurse Midwife (ANM) and the nurse who attended on her left for home within half an hour of her delivery and before the nurse of the ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Only jan, no dhan: Hope banks on torn cheques

BHOPAL: Poor mothers delivered, but remain deprived of money due to cheques issued to them from the government. Cheques are now in tatters and outdated. Days after launch of ambitious , unending wait for a bank account continues for some poor ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Poor healthcare in MP forcing BPL to pvt hosp: Study

BHOPAL: In absence of adequate healthcare infrastructure in Madhya Pradesh, around 50% below poverty line (BPL) people are left with no option but to knock doors of expensive private hospitals and clinics, states a study conducted by an NGO. The ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Ajay Chhibber: How to improve the welfare state

India spends close to four per cent of its GDP on an alphabet soup of welfare schemes and subsidies - it has become a welfare state before becoming a developed state. Despite its significant costs, India's welfare system is neither comprehensive nor ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Public Information Campaign 23,108 students avail Mid Day Meal in CcPur

Source: Hueiyen News Service Imphal, September 26 2014 : With the construction of 107 buildings, Churachandpur district has a total of 1010 Anganwadi Centre as on July this year, said District Project Officer Jouneikim of ICDS Cell ...
 E Pao3 weeks ago Six residential schools constructed in Churachandpur  Sangai Express3 weeks ago

Conflict Keeps Mothers From Healthcare Services

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 Inter Press Service3 weeks ago

CM's Healthcare Schemes A Boon For Patients

Commenting on the various initiatives undertaken by his government, Maharashtra Chief Minister Shri Prithviraj Chavan said, Health is one of the key focus areas of my government. My aim is to ensure that basic healthcare is provided to all, ...
 Web Newswire3 weeks ago
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