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Save the Children's Child Champion Jhulima Mallick Wins UN Award for Fighting Child Marriage

Save the Children's Child Champion Jhulima Mallick Wins UN Award for Fighting Child Marriage

A tribal girl from Odisha, Jhulima Mallick, was with awarded the prestigious Unicef-sponsored V Award at the UN House in New Delhi. The 22-year-old brought laurels to the state for her efforts to end child marriage. She was also acknowledged for promoting education among girls in her area.

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Odia Tribal Girl's Story Covered in The Book 'We Are the Champions'

Odia Tribal Girl's Story Covered in The Book 'We Are the Champions'

The ordeal of an Odia tribal girl and recipient of V-Awards – Jhulima Mallick of Bandudi village in Kandhamal district found mention in a book released at Literacy Festival, Jaipur (Rajasthan).

Jhulima has made extraordinary contributions to society as an activist against stigmas like child marriages who has also worked for education of girl children. She has earned accolades after she was honoured in the festival during release of ‘We are the Champions’.

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India Should Introduce Nutrition-Specific Policy and Budget : Dr Antaryami Dash

India Should Introduce Nutrition-Specific Policy and Budget : Dr Antaryami Dash

The scale of the challenge in tackling child malnutrition is undeniable. Millions of children are malnourished because of who they are and where they live. According to Global Hunger Index 2019, India’s ranked has slipped to 102 position of 117 countries. In the recent Lancet report which analysesstate level disease burden in India, malnutrition was the predominant risk factor for under-five mortality in every state of the country in 2017, accounting for 68·2% of the total under-5 deaths. In every state, where the disease burden is high, children are losing out either due to their ethnic background, their disabilities, their family’s low income, or by virtue of being migrant families.

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Mahadev Hansda from Save the Children's Jharkhand Office Conferred With Jharkhand Vibhuti Veer Birsa Samman

Mahadev Hansda from Save the Children's Jharkhand Office Conferred With Jharkhand Vibhuti Veer Birsa Samman

A total of 14 eminent personalities from the State were honored with the Jharkhand Vibhuti Veer Birsa Samman at the Vichar Manch of Darbhanga House, the CCL’s headquarter in the State capital on Thursday. The ceremony was organized under the aegis of Disabled Sports and Jan Utthan Samiti’s unit Maa Sharde Manch. Speaking on the occasion as Chief Guest noted Writer and Social Worker, Mahua Maji said that there is no dearth of talent in Jharkhand. “There are many talented people who are doing special performance in their respective fields even in adverse conditions

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A Child Dies Every Minute in Indian Hospitals

A Child Dies Every Minute in Indian Hospitals

The death of more than 100 children at JK Lon Hospital in Rajasthan’s Kota district and 134 at a government hospital in Gujarat’s Rajkot in December 2019 made global headlines. Children had also died en masse in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district and Uttar Pradesh’s Gorakhpur district in the recent past.The sensationalisation of the Kota and Rajkot episodes by media apart, the deaths of children in hospitals across India remain a concern.

 

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