Ppt on female foeticide

Understanding Social Institution Family, Marriage, Kinship www.yaseerhsst.blogspot.com Prepared by: yaseer PK (Hsst. Sociology), WOVHSS Muttil, Wayanad.

in which person is married) www.yaseerhsst.blogspot.com Family and Gender www.yaseerhsst.blogspot.com  The incidence of female foeticide has led to a sudden decline in the sex ratio.  The percentage of decline in the child sex ratio/  It is universal www.yaseerhsst.blogspot.com According to Mazumdar:-  “Marriage as a socially sanctioned union of male and female”. Purpose of marriage  Establishing household  Entering in to sex relations  Procreation  Providing care for the offspring www.yaseerhsst/


Role of NGO in upliftment of society – A case study of Kalgidhar Trust, BaruSahib, HP, India Amarpreet Singh Ghura – Assistant Professor, Babasaheb Gawde.

global messengers of universal brotherhood. 5000 rural providers/suppliers. Highlights of Scientific findings Created an emotional change against female feticide. Substantial reduction in social problems such as domestic violence, family discord. Empowerment to secure better status in/. Akal Academies has led to constructive turnaround in social problems like crime, Drugs addiction, Female foeticide, Marital discord and Domestic violence. Suggestions All companies should work like catalytic agents for social/


SURAAJ SANKALP – MUMBAI JUNE 5-6, 2010 PRESENTATION BY PROF. LAXMI KANTA CHAWLA HEALTH MINISTER, GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB.

there is some shortage of doctors. (5) The PNDT Act will be strictly enforced to check female foeticide in the state -109 Court Cases/ FIRs have been launched. 371 centers have been suspended/ cancelled/- 128 -Medical Officers - 214 -MO Dental - 34 -Drug Inspector - 37 -Ayurvedic Doctors - 133 Recruitment on Contract Basis -Medical Officer Female - 94 -Gynaecologists & Paediatricians - 50 -Ayurvedic Medical Officers – 216 -Homeopathy Medical Officer – 112 -Ayurvedic/ Homeopathic Dispensers - 328 -Staff Nurse/


WELCOME Our dear Partners in the Ministry October 21, 2009 BEC Center, Tagaytay City.

OF WOMEN INEQUALITY AND SUBORDINATION VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN RAPEDOWRY/ DOWRY DEATHS INCESTHONOR DEATHS BATTERINGSUTTEE INFANTICIDE (FOETICIDE) WOMEN CIRCUMCISION, foot binding FEMINIZATION OF MIGRATION/LABOR TRAFFICKING OF WOMEN PROSTITUTION MAIL ORDER BRIDES /culturally defined Learned behavior Changes across time Changes across places and culture Determinants of Sex Male Female Genitalia penisvagina, clitoris Reproductive Organs testes ovary, uterus Chromosomes XY XX Hormones testosterone estrogen /


Discrimination from Womb to Tomb Pardeep S Attri

or making women society to live with dignity. Before this let’s see past record… Alas..!! Violence throughout life!! Pre - Natal Childhood Female Foeticide * Child marriage, Physical, sexual, * Child prostitution, Emotional abuse. * Physical, sexual, emotional abuse by parents, relatives, * Marginal/ the deaths of girl children are higher than those of male children. A survey showed that the female fetus abortion rate is twice as high among educated mothers compared with those who are illiterate. Poverty and/


Indian Medical Council - Professional Conduct, Etiquette and Ethics – Regulations 2002 Presented by Tamar Chachibaia, MD, Lecturer of Medical Law & Bioethics.

consent 7.21 No act of invitro fertilization or artificial insemination shall be undertaken without the informed consent of the female patient and her spouse as well as the donor. Such consent shall be obtained in writing only after the patient/specified in the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971. Any act of termination of pregnancy of normal female foetus amounting to female foeticide shall be regarded as professional misconduct on the part of the physician leading to penal erasure besides rendering /


Dr. Ali Kareem Al-Juboori RESEARCH PROBLEM. A research problem is a question that researchers want to answer or a problem that a researchers wants to.

by more global contemporary social or political issues of relevance to the health care community. For example, HIV/AIDS, female foeticide, sexual harassment, domestic violence, & gender equality in health care & in research are some of the current social /interested & has significance for nursing profession. For example, a researcher gets an idea to conduct a study on the female feticide. Therefore, he or she initially begins with such broad research topic. Reviewing literature & theories: After getting /


Child rights in India Shaishav Child Rights.

Each year 12m girls are born, of which 3m do not survive to see their 15th birthday Every 6th female death is due to gender discrimination Clear correlation between the number of sonography centres and a decline in the child sex ratio Female foeticide is most prolific in wealthier areas, where people can afford to check the sex of foetus’s Violence: Child/


Antenatal Care: Counseling SBA - Presentation 3 (c i) Maternal Health Division Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Government of India.

for the purposes of detecting genetic abnormalities – To prevent its misuse for sex determination leading to female foeticide Antenatal Care: Counseling8 Complication readiness Recognizing signs of labor Awareness and recognition of danger signs during / (IUCD) Contraceptive pill (COCs) Depot medroxy progestrone acetate (DMPA) Emergency contraceptive pill (ECP) Female/ Male sterilization (FS, MS) Antenatal Care: Counseling21 900200700HPS 1200200100020006001400LPS TotalPackage to ASHA Assistance package to/


Hinduism. Predominant religion of the Indian subcontinent Often called the “oldest living major religion” in the world About 1 billion followers World’s.

beaten every day A crime is committed against a Dalit every 18 minutes Videos: Women’s Rights in India Female Foeticide/Infanticide: http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/14/world/asia/ india-female-infanticide http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/14/world/asia/ india-female-infanticide Child Rape: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rKKt6ji74 8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rKKt6ji74 8


Roe at 40: A Short History of Roe v. Wade, Abortion in the USA, and of the LDS Church Response to Roe Lynn D. Wardle The Bruce C. Hafen Professor of Law.

merely to gratify their lusts: and if they get in the family way, they call for the doctors, and also upon females who practice under the garb of midwives, to kill the children, and thus they are depopulating their own species. [Voice: /ago the First Presidency wrote: "And we again take this opportunity of warning the Latter ‑ day Saints against those... practices of foeticide and infanticide." Russell M. Nelson, Ensign, May 1985, p. 13. The current official statement of the Church about abortion, available/


Protection and Welfare of Girl Child. Introduction  India is home to the largest child population in the world. The girl child is the most vulnerable.

the Tenth Plan expressed concern with regard to adverse child sex ratio, the rising incidence of female foeticide and infanticide, persistently high infant child and maternal mortality rates, wide gender gaps in child health and education as well as low/, Kishori Shakti, Vidyalaxmi Scheme, Saraswati Shadhana Yojana and Palak Mata-Pita Scheme, etc. Introduction  As per census data of 2011, the female child sex ratio in the State was 875.  There were 1.04 crore girls in the age group of 0-18 years as against/


Plan 1)What’s abortion ? 2)For or Against ? Definition: An abortion is the removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the uterus, resulting in or.

for their preference for sons. In order to prevent the birth of a girl babies, they proceed to a “female foeticide”. According to the doctrine of reincarnation a foetus is not developing into a person, According to the doctrine of /avoid pregnancy apart from abortion. different methods of contraception are possible: Combination birth control pills prevent ovulation Male or female condom that avoid the contact between the two gametes. It is solution against sexual transmitted diseases There is also/


Innovation Systems and Inequality: Indian Experience K J Joseph Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram Lakhwinder Singh Punjabi University,

for SCs, STs and OBCs. The rates of return on education for SCs/STs is also very low Gender Discrimination Adverse Sex Ratio- 933 Discriminatory practices such female infanticide, female foeticide and practice of dowry Female literacy has improved but still gender gap is 0.7 Gender gap in wages is also very high Access to Health Continuous improvements in Health Indicators, but gini/


Diversity of family structures. Concepts Reconstituted family: A household from which one biological parent has departed and children live with the other.

has departed and children live with the other biological parent and his or her new partner. Matriarchal/ Matrifocal: Mother or female- headed. Nuclear family http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj-WJHUO6ag Extended Family: Beanpole Horizontally Extended Family Single-parent families/groupings are common. Indian men (2 nd and 3 rd generation) often return to their parent’s country to marry. Foeticide and Infanticide in India Pandey (2011) claims the census shows a serious decline of girls under 7 years. Women are /


AMENDMENT TO IMMORAL TRAFFIC (PREVENTION) ACT, 1956 MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT.

A proposal to transfer the scheme to states is also under consideration in National Development Council. Prevention of female foeticide Alarming decline in female sex ratio from 967(1961) to 927 in 2001 (0-6 years) affected States include Punjab,/ If trend continues women will become endangered species; societal imbalances leading to polyandry etc Steps to counter female feticide Effective implementation of PNDT Act Notification of appropriate authorities in for taking action against culprits Wide spread/


What do you think is the “worst” crime you can commit??? obj: to gain a better understanding of the elements and to differentiate varying degrees of murder.

-victim homicide where a killers spouse and children are slain. Familicide Female Feticide – the act of killing a fetus on the grounds the sex is female. Feticide (also foeticide) - the act of killing a fetus in the uterus or /Femicide – the systematic killing of women Femicide Gendercide - the systematic killing of members of a specific sex, either males or females Gendercide Genocide – the systematic extermination of an entire national, racial, religious, or ethnic group. Genocide Gynecide (also Gynaecide /


Art as Propaganda.

Basque town Guernica during the Spanish revolution. A 1903 political cartoon calls immigrants a national menace. "Right to Life" Grayson Perrys quilt about abortion issues. A sand sculpture on female infanticide and foeticide by artist Subal Maharana Guerrilla Girls highlight the gender disparities in the art world and fight to rectify them. They publish books, protest at museums and galleries and give/


WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK - WUNRN INDIA WOMENS & GIRLS CHALLENGES FOR SECURITY, RIGHTS, EMPOWERMENT & EQUALITY United Nations Human Rights Council June.

malnourished. WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIA - CHILD MARRIAGE INDIA PROHIBITION OF CHILD MARRIAGE ACT 2006 WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIAS MISSING GIRLS - FEMALE INFANTICIDE - SKEWED SEX RATIO A young girl looks on during a rally against female foeticide in New Delhi. Photograph: Gurinder Osan/AP WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIA - MATERNAL & INFANT MORTALITY CRISIS WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIA/


November 8, 2010.  Global economic powerhouse  Poverty  Outsourcing  Bollywood  Corruption  Nuclear power 2.

salaries 16  Spectacular growth of the ‘informal sector’  Inequality across caste, gender and religion  Issues such as female infanticide 17 18 Agrarian Crisis (photos by P.Sainath, the foremost journalist in India who reports on these suicides) / of Muslims fall in the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) category.  Gender inequality index: 72  Sex ratio 933-1000  Female foeticide: some 50 million girls are missing  Discriminated in labour market – not by blocking access, but by using them in particular /


Womb to Tomb (An Odyssey of Gender) K. Chandramouli, IAS Thus spake the foetus : Maa! Why were you taken to a Doctor today? To know whether I am going.

Maa! Why were you taken to a Doctor today? To know whether I am going to be a male or female child ? What if I am going to be a female? What if your whole family forces you to abort me? Will your sweet home turn into a heinous crime dungeon,/Therefore, you allowed me to survive? But if I am born, will your mother in law not push paddy grains in to my tender throat? Foeticide could have been painless, but as an infant I will suffer pain, please decide! If I am to be born, will you ensure institutional /


WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK - WUNRN INDIA WOMENS CHALLENGES FOR SECURITY, RIGHTS, EQUALITY KASHMIR WOMENS SUFFERING IN PROTRACTED CONFLICT United Nations.

, continuing to hope and cope, amidst the trauma of their uncertain status, security, survival. WOMEN’S UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIAS MISSING GIRLS - FEMALE INFANTICIDE - SKEWED SEX RATIO A young girl looks on during a rally against female foeticide in New Delhi. Photograph: Gurinder Osan/AP WOMEN’S UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIA - MATERNAL & INFANT MORTALITY CRISIS WOMEN’S UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN/


Dynamic Personality of Amir Khan. A Dynamic Contributive Personality Amir Khan ….

6 May 2012 and marked the television debut of popular Bollywood actor and filmmaker Aamir Khan.first seasonBollywoodAamir Khan The show highlights sensitive social issues prevalent in India such as female foeticides, child sexual abuse, dowry, medical malpractice, honor killings, insensitivity towards the physically disabled, domestic violence, overuse of pesticides leading to pesticide poisoning, alcoholism, untouchability, plight of senior citizens and water/


1 Why Culture? By Sujata Warrier, Ph.D. © Sujata Warrier, 2013.

it links all structures of oppressions. 9/4/2015©Sujata Warrier, 2013 10 Gender Based Violence Gender Based Violence (GBV) occurs on a continuum - beginning with female foeticide and ending with women murder and includes female infanticide, incest, sexual harassment, poverty, and domestic violence. VAW can also be understood as occurring on a tightening spiral or a coil or as a corkscrew. 9/


RH -PROGRAMMING FROM GENDER PERSPECTIVE PROF.(DR.)SUNEELA GARG, M.D., F.I.P.H.A DEPTT. OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE MAULANA AZAD MEDICAL COLLEGE NEW DELHI-110002,

from inability to seek assistance. Gender inequality reflected through health indicators Adverse sex ratio. Prevalence of female foeticide has been documented from all parts of India. Ethical issues underlying these practices have been neglected by/ rights? Reproductive Approach Traditional reproductive health programmes aimed at meeting predominantly individual needs: male or female whereas; gender and reproductive health approach considers all elements, including culture environment, social and economic/


What is IMA What is PPLSSS ? Dr. V.K. KARTHIKEYAN ZONE CHAIRMAN (WEST) PPLSS Scheme of IMA TN Udumalpet.

BORN ON : 1st JULY, 1882 DIED ON : 1st JULY, 1962 DOCTORS DAY : 1st JULY NATIONAL & STATE HEALTH PROGRAMMES Family Welfare Tuberculosis Blood Donation Polio Female Foeticide AIDS PROFESSIONAL PROTECTION LINKED SOCIAL SECURITY SCHEME OF IMA TAMILNADU STATE Dr. A.S. Azeem Dr. M. Balasubramanian ChairmanHony. Secretary PRACTICE OF MEDICINE OFTEN SMOOTH ENJOYABLE REWARDING/ most?” PPLSS replied “Foot prints were Mine; I carried you thro’ those days !” PPLSS & DOCTOR Let us say no to female feticide Thank you !


Child Rights & Indian Laws Neetha Shetty Staff Presentation 29 th November 2011.

% civil registration of births. Universalization of early childhood care and development and quality education for all children achieving 100% access and retention in schools, including pre- schools. Complete abolition of female foeticide, female infanticide and child marriage and ensuring the survival, development and protection of the girl child. Improving Water and Sanitation coverage both in rural and urban areas Addressing and upholding the/


The Plight of Indian Illiterates What Statistics reveal An example to Emulate Motivation works wonders Pressing need for renovation.

address and raise the problems of their faction. Bolstered by its success, the people and the Govt. alike will p ursue this mission with a greater enthusiasm. Women empowerment Female infanticide, female foeticide and dowry eliminated Child Marriage curbed Let us, in unison, vow that we will strive to gift the boon of education to our deprived brethren, and allow no hindrance to/


Gender inequities in Kerala Dr. Jayasree.A.K. Gender inequities in Kerala Beyond women’s education The constraints on women’s economic, social and political.

of insecurity of widowhood were reported as distressing psychological problems of elderly women Adolescents & Children No female foeticide reported Not much disparity in nutritional status Low birth weight indicates poor reproductive health of adolescents &/%) Induction Women becoming more passive No guidelines followed Reproductive health needs Unequal distribution in contraceptive use a(99% -female) Abortion services 2488 (public)8106(pri) (Ratio 1:3) Unreported? 90% private India (NFHS3) Infertility /


Ethnicity Review Geography of Inequality: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender.

of women in government has expanded in the past 15 years, but only in northern Europe do women account for even 1/3 of the seats in parliament. Female infanticide (foeticide) The killing of female babies in poor countries. Pre-natal testing and abortions have made this worse. While dowries are illegal in most countries, they are still a part of life in/


SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT WOMEN AND THEIR EXPLOITATION IN INDIA.

are estimated to be involved in human trafficking in India- 50 M Girls are missing in the past century due to female infanticide and foeticide-UN Population fund ASK YOURSELF With 46.5% of our population being women how can India even think of development ?/46%. REASONS OF LOW ENROLMENT RATIO IN INDIA Schools are located at very far distances and parents feel insecure Lack of female teachers in schools Lack of basic facilities such as clean washrooms and sanitary napkins in schools Lack of safety for girls /


WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK - WUNRN KASHMIR-INDIA WOMENS CHALLENGES FOR SECURITY, RIGHTS, EQUALITY AGAINST CONFLICT, FOR PEACE IN KASHMIR UN Human Rights.

’S UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIA - CHILD MARRIAGE INDIA PROHIBITION OF CHILD MARRIAGE ACT 2006 WOMEN’S UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIAS MISSING GIRLS - FEMALE INFANTICIDE - SKEWED SEX RATIO A young girl looks on during a rally against female foeticide in New Delhi. Photograph: Gurinder Osan/AP WOMEN’S UN REPORT NETWORK WUNRN® INDIA - MATERNAL & INFANT MORTALITY CRISIS WOMEN’S UN REPORT NETWORK/


Addressing Social Determinants of Health to Ensure Health Rights Dr. Thelma Narayan Community Health Cell, Bangalore 4 th February 2008 Bringing together.

priorities have to be drastically changed. Globalization Of Health From Below Right to Health Movement Globalization Of Health From Below Campaigns on Gender Issues Campaign Against Sex Selective Abortion or Female Foeticide – 2001 onwards Campaign on Violence against Women as a Public Health Challenge – 2000 onwards Womens Access to Primary Health Care - 2003 Peoples Tribunal on Population Policies – 2004 Gender and Power/


GEORGIAN ASSOCIATION (NORTH). GEORGIAN CAR-RALLY An Event to promote a Social Cause.

GEORGIAN ASSOCIATION (NORTH) GEORGIAN CAR-RALLY An Event to promote a Social Cause 1 st Georgian Car-Rally2005 Save the Deodars 2 nd Georgian Car-Rally2006 Against Female Foeticide 3 rd Georgian Car-Rally2007 Conserve Water Themes 4 th Georgian Car Rally Theme Girls Are Winners 1 st GEORGIAN CAR-RALLY 2 nd GEORGIAN CAR-RALLY Print Media Advt /


To provide holistic education to the wards of Police Employees & other civilians. School makes earnest efforts to make its students a blend of sincere,

of No. 1, Haryana Air Sqn. N.C.C. (Air-wing). The students participate at District Level and take part in Independence Day & Republic Day Parade. Rallies giving messages against Female Foeticide, Dowry System and Prevention of Natural Disasters were taken out by the NCC cadets of the school. School is sports persons heaven. Its hockey & handball teams have won remarkable fame/


VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN...

at the Directorate of Women Empowerment, Jaipur. Headed by an officer of the State Administrative Services. Girl Child Policy, 2013 Policy framed to focus on prevention of sex determination and female foeticides Ensuring survival and providing appropriate environment for the development of girl child. Role and responsibilities of each stakeholder have been identified and defined. The State is first in the country/


Ministry of Panchayati Raj Government of India

Identify strengths and weaknesses of the district. Quantify the current status of each goal and make a realistic assessment, for example Health facilities…. Malnutrition? Maternal mortality rate? Infant mortality rate? Female foeticide? Disease incidence? Education Facilities…. Literacy rate? Drop out rate? Girl child drop out rate? Poverty and Food Security…. Abject poverty? Migration? Food security: availability of foodgrains through PDS? Economic Issues/


Grading of Anganwadi Centres Experience sharing by Himachal Pradesh.

, no bank linkage/ IG activity/social activity 53205320 Broad Parameter ItemMaximum Rank/ Points Gender Issues (a) Having favourable sex ratio, no child/ mother death in a year, no case of female foeticide in Anganwadi area, no case of atrocities against women/ crimes against women (b) Having 3 of above favourable (c) Having 2 of above favourable (d) Having only one favourable 53205320/


Sociology 101 June 28, 2010 - July 30, 2010. Adjunct Professor Kristin P. O’Neil 609-868-8409.

right for the mother. 15. Marriage between the same sexes – should be made legal or not. Adoption of children? 16. Absolute poverty- the causes and ways to remove it 17. Female foeticide and infanticide – why in some countries people lay such a store in having male babies. 18. Euthanasia- should there be a right to die. 19. Globalization – same set of things/


1.Their educational standard is not very high. 2.The EWRs are bogged down by social, political and family pressures. 3.They are constrained by superstitions,

Symbiosis Institute, Training of 25 Tribal women of Thane district was conducted. Training was also imparted to 191 EWRs and 75 Sanghatikas in Selu Taluka of Wardha District. Domestic Violence Female Foeticide Alcoholism Status of Women in Society Financial Administration Roles and Responsibilities of Sarpanch and Member Do’s and Don’t’s Self Confidence General Awareness Decision Making capacity Problem Soving/


Education For the Underprivileged Children.

points. The spread of education among the rural class will help them understand the feelings of women and the circumstances they go through. Not only this it will also prevent female foeticide and empower women. Casteism:-- Caste system is based on the principle of inequality. It believes that some people are higher than others. They are not fit to live with the/


Presentation by:- GSSS Nogawan Make by-Smt Shashi Kalan (S.S Mistress) Class- 9 th Subject- English.

the poor and needy  Work for the freedom of the country  Unite and fight against British Empire  No-cooperate against British Rulers  In his teachings, he strongly opposed-  Child Marriage  Female foeticide  Taking of Alcoholic Drinks  Non-vegetarian Foods  Dowry Systems  Religious Fanaticism  Cow Slaughter  Casteism  Sri Satguru Ram Singh ji gave birth to Great Kuka Movement.  Great Kuka Movement stood for/


Demystifying Rural Communication Much Talk Less Achieved by NK Goyal, President CMAI Chairman Emeritus, TEMA. Vice Chairman ITU APT India Chairman, ITPS.

connecting people across developed and developing parts of the world. Benefits People’s participation and community mobilization Confidence building Raising awareness Sharing knowledge Changing attitudes, behaviours and Lifestyles (e.g., female foeticide, rapes, etc) Foster decision-making May be for this smile? Rural Communications-Difficulties Problems of Rural Community as such: ◦Spread and Diversity- the large number of consumers scattered across the/


PC PNDT ACT DR.AKASH GAJJAR.

the purposes of detecting abnormalities or metabolic disorders or chromosomal abnormalities or certain congenital malformations or sex linked disorders - and for prevention of their misuse for sex determination leading to female foeticide and for matters connected there with or incidental thereto “ Why this act came in to existance? To check the gender imbalance PRENATAL DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES Means all gynecological or obstetrical or/


Philip C. Njemanze MD. Chairman, African Anti-abortion Coalition (AAAC), International Coordinator Global Prolife Alliance

. Rosary - Antidote for Contraceptive pills Each recitation of ‘blessed is the fruit of thy womb’ Jesus, neutralizes the foeticidal effect of a contraceptive pill. The 53 beads of the rosary saves two ovulations periods of the menstrual cycles. 28 / Lateralization for General Intelligence (Njemanze 2005) Left Right Cognitive Strategies for General Intelligence in Men and Women The female subjects used a left hemisphere strategy, while males used a right hemisphere strategy to successfully solve RPM tasks. /


NATIONAL POLICY FOR EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN 2001 Ministry of Women and Child Development.

to strengthen Gender Auditing, Gender Budgeting and Satellite Accounting.  Greater fund allocation and emphasis on decentralised implementation.  Future policy making requires identification of diverse and deep- rooted causes behind poverty, female foeticide, dropout issue, etc.  Measures to promote Awareness Building, Gender Equality and Gender Equity highly recommended, along with increased and effective government intervention to mitigate higher degree of evil practises. Conclusion/


SSRVMComputers in Schools1 Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidya Mandir (SSRVM) August 2006.

Media Studies Sri Sri Ravi Shankar College of Ayurvedic Sciences SSRVM Varthur23 About Art of Living Foundation –Corporate Culture & Spirituality –International Women’s Conference –World Youth Peace Summit –Conference on Female Foeticide –Shivaratris, Christmas, Navaratris, New Year –Satsangs –Ayurveda Conference –Organic Farming Conference –The 5-H Program –Sri Sri Rural Development Program –Value Integrated Service To All –Bio-dynamic Agriculture –Veda Agama/


SRIJAN SAMITI WELCOMES YOU ! Organization Srijan Samiti is a voluntary organization registered under the society’s registration act 1860 in the year.

Empowerment Land Lights Child Rights protection Livelihood Strengthening of PRI Safe Motherhood and Immunization Adolescent Survival HIV/AIDS/STD/RTI prevention Environment Protection Nutritional Deficiency Disorder Malaria, T.B., ISM Female foeticide Gender equity Other Focus Issues…… Drift animal welfare Sustainable Agriculture Community Based Disaster management Physically Challenged People management AYUSH MNREGA NRHM Right to Information (RTI) Expertise…….. Capacity Building Project Development/


HIGH-LEVEL MEETING ON CO-OPERATION FOR CHILD RIGHTS IN THE ASIA PACIFIC REGION 4-6 NOVEMBER, 2010 CHILD RIGHTS IN INDIA: CURRENT STATUS AND CHALLENGES.

labour 10 CHALLENGES … Controlling and preventing crimes against children  Trafficking  Kidnapping and abduction  Rape  Buying and selling of girls Strengthening evidence base for child protection Transforming social norms and practices  Female foeticide  Child marriage 11 SOUTH SOUTH COOPERATION South – South Cooperation is limited to trade and finance Limited examples of cooperation in advancing Child Rights  Capacity Building for SAARC countries  Trafficking: SAARC/


ROLE OF POLICE IN SOCIETY Presentation by Rauf-Ul-Hassan-IPS IGP Armed/IRP Kashmir, Srinagar.

37 3.Rape (Section 376 IPC)5,3685,484711230 4.Kidnapping & Abduction (Sec 360 to 369 IPC) 8,94510,6701528443 5.Foeticide (Section 315 IPC)12311113219 6.Abetment of Suicide (Section 305 IPC)4656619 7.Exposure & Abandonment (Sec 317 IPC)857725700-3 8/ population without the estimated population of these areas is 1,028,610,328 (532,156,772 males and 496,453,556 females) RURAL - URBAN POPULATION DISTRIBUTION – CENSUS 2011 PopulationPercentage rate Rural 833087662 68.84 Urban 377,105,76033.16 Total 1210193422 /


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