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The Covid pandemic has reversed all the progress made towards elimination of TB by 2025

Even before Covid-19 became a pandemic, India was dealing with the world’s oldest epidemic, tuberculosis (TB), which affected 2.64 million Indians in 2019 and killed nearly 450,000 people in the country.

April-2022
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Why an Assam Teen Left Her Home In Secret, On A Cross-Country Journey To Clean Fish In An Unknown City

When 17-year-old school dropout Purnima* and 30 other teens, children and adults boarded a bus heading southwest for Gujarat, a journey of more than 2,600 km, they hoped to find jobs at a fish-packing factory.

April-2022
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How government and civil society can care for children affected by the pandemic

Combating the aftershocks of the second wave and getting a successful outcome for the well-being of children will only happen if there is greater cohesion in efforts by different stakeholders.

July-2021
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COVID 19: A Clarion Call for Effective Humanitarian Response

The current crisis clearly requires specific responses to some of the social issues for which several recommendations have been made and are being implemented.

April-2020
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Armour up for COVID-19!

During a health crisis like this, knowing the facts is key to protecting our loved ones and ourselves from COVID-19. Here are some guidelines to take care of your health and protect others you are in contact with.

March-2020
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World Vision India rushes support to people affected by cyclone Gaja

World Vision India rushed emergency relief materials including rice, lentil, cooking oil, mat, towel and biscuits to over 15,000 families affected by cyclone Gaja

December-2018
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For an open-defecation-free India

World Vision India is engaging the communities, building local capacities, changing behaviours and encouraging the rural communities to become open defecation free.

January-2018
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WV India’s Emergency Relief Reaches 22,500 People

World Vision India reached more than 22,500 people with emergency relief in Bihar and West Bengal, providing them dry ration, cooking oil, soaps and tarpaulin sheets.

September-2017
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Drought-hit states are seeing a spurt in child labour

The theme of this year’s World Day Against Child Labour on June 12 is the impact of conflicts on child labour.

June-2017
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No systemic measures yet in disaster management

Disaster management needs to become more humane in its approach, and not become a second ‘disaster’ for the affected people. This is the most appropriate time to give fresh impetus to DRR as India enters an era of continuous climatic change.

May-2017
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