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Toilets for All - Community-led solutions for sanitation

Sanitation is a human right and everyone should have access to a toilet to ensure human dignity. The theme of World Toilet Day 2019 is "Toilets for All," which means leaving no one behind as the world strives to achieve universal access to sanitation. Community-Led solutions can steer social change bring about access to total sanitation for all

November-2019
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World Vision responds to cyclone Fani

World Vision plans to rush emergency relief to 20,000 families in the districts of Bhubaneshwar, Puri, Cuttack and Jagatsinghpur. Our response will cover the sectors of Food, shelter, child protection, water, sanitation and hygiene.

May-2019
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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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Towards ending childhood TB

The government’s effort to work closely with private healthcare systems, research institutions, technical experts and civil society organizations, both at the rural and urban levels, is a game-changing strategy for a TB-free India.

March-2017
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Right to Health

A whopping 17,000 lives were lost to malnutrition in Maharasthra's tribal belts in the last one year alone, according to an RTI reply

October-2016
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Child Labour Amendment Bill

The Rajya Sabha passed the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation)Amendment Bill, 2012 last Tuesday.

July-2016
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