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India - Andhra Pradesh Economic Restructuring Project : project implementation plan (Vol. 5) : Child development component (Inglês)

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Engineering Staff College of India (the Institut

  • Data do documento

    1997/11/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Plano de implementação do projeto

  • No. do relatório

    19123

  • Nº do volume

    5

  • Total Volume(s)

    5

  • País

    Índia,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Disclosure Status

    Eligible for Disclosure

  • Nome do documento

    Child development component

  • Palavras-chave

    Administrative Staff College of India;maternal and child health services;iron and folic acid;nutritional status of child;Reproductive and Child Health;health and nutrition education;Child development;access to health;human resource development;enrolment of child;severely malnourished children;enrolment for child;young adolescent girl;day care centre;position of women;determinants of malnutrition;supplementary nutrition program;number of beneficiaries;proportion of woman;accessibility of service;age at marriage;child development services;sense of ownership;access to health-care;weak training capability;Health Service Delivery;per capita income;mother and child;primary school teacher;coverage of children;social welfare departments;empowerment of woman;primary education system;growth and development;health day;joint training;tribal areas;local ngo;child survival;delivery kits;community participation;pregnant woman;early marriage;pilot studies;home deliveries;programme implementation;young child;Antenatal Care;birth weight;womens empowerment;childhood morbidity;complementary food;food supplementation;Child care;child bearing;curative care;women's empowerment;health functionaries;community support;severe malnutrition;local food;child nutrition;impact indicator;universal coverage;process indicator;dietary intake;rural area;referral system;personal hygiene;quality improvement;children's nutrition;young woman;orientation training;healthy child;referral service;recreational activity;evaluation study;state economy;program performance;puerperal sepsis;poor child;geographic region;sex ratio;tribal population;female literacy;nomadic group;educational value;project sustainability;early detection;weight gain;extensive use;supplementary food;community growth;food intake;primary purpose;job training;vulnerable group;behaviour change;harmful practice;active participation;developmental needs;grass root;oil seed;public health;health component;sugar cane;supervisory staff;food crop;body weight;preventive service;working woman;community awareness;weaning food;breast feeding;home visit;Health Workers;antenatal clinic;social customs;secondary data;academic institution;qualitative information;gender bias;literature review;women's health;informant interviews;child growth;self-help group;multilateral agency;skill development;normal child;psycho-social development;Basic Education;young girl;catchment area;scholastic performance;care centres;rural block;mental development;Early childhood;supplementary feeding;proper nutrition;nutritional need;educational service;changing attitude;social change;adult woman;dietary supplement;health check;weak section;school enrolment;quality service;urban slum;professional body;severe cases;core indicator;live birth;school-age child;health department;child welfare;social education;Basic Drugs;community involvement;breast milk;married woman;Child Labour;attitudinal change;awareness creation;route plan;educational background;health problem;colostrum feeding;child right;child labor;childhood malnutrition;health inputs;nutritional supplement;reasons given;primary health;minor ailments;acute morbidity;empirical evidence;vulnerable child;high fever;

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