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PRESS RELEASE- Govt removes two child norm from maternal entitlements #Victory #Goodnews

The Coalition Against Two-child Norm and Coercive Population Policies, the National Alliance on Maternal Health and Human Rights (NAMHHR), the Right to Food Campaign (RTFC), and the Working Group for Children under six (WGCU6) with the support of  national networks… Continue Reading →

Press Release- Is organising for proper health services for a poor a `criminal activity’ ? #Vaw #Stateoppression

Release Madhuri immediately   New Delhi, May 20th , New Delhi National Alliance for Maternal Health and Human Rights (NAMHHR), a group of civil society organisations from across the country have come together as a broad alliance, that strongly condemn… Continue Reading →

PRESS RELEASE-Why are civil society groups against the two-child norm? #Vaw #Womenrights

“Two-child norm is gender-insensitive, disempowering for marginalised women in society and poses a serious risk to their lives”. Though India’s population growth rate is now the lowest it has been in the last fifty years, India’s population stabilization efforts continue to centre… Continue Reading →

#India- Activists decry linking maternity benefits to population control #Vaw #Reproductiverigghts

New Delhi, Jan 26 — Civil society groups have expressed shock at a parliamentary panel’s recommendation to restrict the nutritional support under government schemes to only two children per family and to disqualify mothers of more children from maternity benefits…. Continue Reading →

#Fellowship- Maternal Health #India #mustshare

THE MATERNAL HEALTH YOUNG CHAMPIONS PROGRAM       Maternal mortality is a major threat to women’s lives in developing countries. While maternal health outcomes have improved in some countries over the past few decades, rates of maternal death remain… Continue Reading →

#India- #MaternalHealth Program blasted by #NAMHHR

Indian Maternal Health Program Blasted by Critics By Swapna Majumdar WeNews correspondent Tuesday, October 23, 2012 A requirement that participants have no more than two living children excludes numerous women in high-fertility regions in India who could most benefit from… Continue Reading →

Hygiene shocker! Now, cleaners assist in delivering babies at maternity homes #Indiashining

  Pritha Chatterjee : New Delhi, Fri Aug 03 2012, 01:58 hrs Usha Devi’s newborn came into the world a few hours after the Northern Grid collapsed for the first time early on Monday morning. When Usha went into labour at… Continue Reading →

INDIA- Caste Disparities in Maternal Health #mustread

  WRITTEN BY ESAROHA AUGUST 3, 2012 , NIRMUKTA.COM  In India, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) through its various programs and schemes such as the “Reproductive and Child Health” program pledges to provide essential and basic maternal healthcare services…. Continue Reading →

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