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India - Food security and nutrition in tribal areas (Inglês)

This study seeks to examine how National Rural Livelihoods Mission or NRLM may be leveraged to improve food and nutrition security (FNS) in tribal areas, preferably in a manner that would enhance the effectiveness of the program's core livelihoods focus. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho ACS9269 JUN 10, 2014

Singh, Varun; Sen, Soham; Chatterjee, Meera Disclosed

Sparing lives : better reproductive health for poor women in South Asia (Vol. 2) : Main report (Inglês)

In this context, the overall purpose of this review is to bring attention to the opportunities that five countries in the region - Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka - have to strengthen and expand interventions to improve the reproductive health of poor women. ... Exibir mais +

Outro estudo sobre saúde 47773 JAN 01, 2008

Chatterjee, Meera ; Levine, Ruth ; Murthy, Nirmala ; Rao-Seshadri, Shreelata Disclosed

Sparing lives : better reproductive health for poor women in South Asia : Summary for policymakers (Inglês)

In this context, the overall purpose of this review is to bring attention to the opportunities that five countries in the region - Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka - have to strengthen and expand interventions to improve the reproductive health of poor women. ... Exibir mais +

Outro estudo sobre saúde 47773 JAN 01, 2008

Chatterjee, Meera ; Levine, Ruth ; Murthy, Nirmala ; Rao-Seshadri, Shreelata Disclosed

Toward better reproductive health for poor women in South Asia : summary for policymakers (Inglês)

This is a synopsis of a study undertaken by the World Bank in Jive countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. This summary of the five-country study of reproductive health among poor women in South Asia is intended to raise awareness about the major reproductive health problems faced by poor women; to shed light on their primary determinants and consequences; and to recommend high-priority actions for consideration at the policy and program levels. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 42028 MAY 01, 2007

Chatterjee, Meera; Levine, Ruth; Rao-Seshadri, Shreelata; Murthy Nirmala Disclosed

Better reproductive health for poor women in South Asia (Inglês)

The overall purpose of this review is to bring attention to the opportunities that five countries in the region - Bangladesh, India, Nepal Pakistan and Sri Lanka have to strengthen and expand interventions to improve the reproductive health of poor women. ... Exibir mais +

Outro estudo sobre saúde 42027 MAY 01, 2007

Chatterjee, Meera; Levine, Ruth; Rao-Seshadri, Shreelata; Murthy, Nirmala Disclosed

Wasting away : the crisis of malnutrition in India (Inglês)

This report is part of the collaborative efforts of the Government of India and the World Bank in nutrition, which began in 1980. It reviews the effectiveness, efficiency, and impact of public spending on nutrition in India, as well as suggesting means for improvement. ... Exibir mais +

Publicação 19608 MAY 31, 1999

Measham, Anthony R.; Chatterjee, Meera

The World Bank and gender in India (Inglês)

Significant progress has been made in improving women's status in India, reflected in improvements in major social development indicators. The Bank's support for the Indian government's work in various fields is focused on the disadvantaged, a large proportion of whom are women. ... Exibir mais +

Publicação 17607 AUG 31, 1995

Chatterjee, Meera

Indian women : their health and economic productivity (Inglês)

The relationship between women's health and their productivity is characterized by 'flows' in both directions and a host of intervening factors. ... Exibir mais +

Publicação WDP109 NOV 30, 1990

Chatterjee,Meera Disclosed

Indian women, health, and productivity (Inglês)

The relationship between women's health and their (physical and economic) productivity is complex and multi-dimensional. It is characterized by "flows" in both directions and a host of intervening factors. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de trabalho sobre pesquisa de políticas WPS442 OCT 31, 1990

Chatterjee, Meera