Effective public service delivery through innovative governance knowledge exchange
Effective public service delivery through innovative governance knowledge exchange
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This paper describes the legal, institutional, budgetary and planning measures for making a city child friendly. The attributes of a child friendly city are elaborated with examples from countries like India, Spain, Bangladesh and Brazil.
The paper examines the relevance of Integrated Child Development Services in attaining national goals such as reducing child mortality and morbidity rates resulting from malnutrition, and moving towards attaining Universal Elementary Education.
The Ministry of Women and Child Development in its annual report addresses present concerns of women and children in the country. It advocates women's agenda in terms of their participation, empowerment, survival and protection.
The Women and Child Development of Haryana and the Union ministry for Women and Child Development have invited applications who have worked on children’s welfare. The deadline for applications is 15 June 2010.
Ministry of Women and Child Development is organising a workshop for Secretaries and Directors in charge of ICDS in all States and Union Territories of India to share existing knowledge, mechanisms and experiences on use of ICT in ICDS.
The National Advisory Council has recommended to Ministry of Women and Child Development the formulation of a national policy on India's declining child sex ratio. Review of the Preconception and Prenatal Diagnostic Test Act has also been sugges
The Department of Women and Child Development in Karnataka has implemented a quality management system to improve service delivery under Integrated Child Development Scheme.
This study explores Anganwadi workers’ perceptions regarding operational constraints in reducing child malnutrition and the mothers’ perceptions regarding supplementary nutrition given under the Integrated Child development Service scheme.
Centre will implement the Track Child Project to trace missing children through real time data on children availing rehabilitation services under the Integrated Child Protection Scheme. Nodal officers will be recruited at state level for the project.
Initiated under the National Rural Health Mission, the new programme seeks to achieve equitable child health care by improving the overall quality of life of children through early detection of birth defects, diseases, and development delays.

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