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Category: Health-Indicators :: Maternal-Mortality
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Doctors join hands to spread message of safe motherhood 5.5.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: India, which has the dubious distinction of accounting for 25 percent of global maternal deaths, will benefit from a joint effort by doctors to promote safe motherhood.
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State Pulse: MP: Mothers, die, who cares-II  4.5.2006 Central Chronicle
State Pulse: MP: Mothers, die, who cares-II 
Youths to show the way 4.5.2006 New Indian Express
Youths to show the way
IMR drops in mission mode 26.4.2006 The Statesman
IMR drops in mission mode
World Bank has stalled funding for health project: Chidambaram 25.4.2006 New Indian Express
World Bank has stalled funding for health project: Chidambaram
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AstraZeneca to promote safe motherhood 25.4.2006 Business Standard
AstraZeneca to promote safe motherhood
World Bank has stalled funding for health project: Chidambaram 24.4.2006 New Kerala: India News
<img src="http://www.newkerala.net/april/images/t/chidambaram-1.jpg" alt="" align="left" />New Delhi: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram Monday admitted that the World Bank has stalled funds for the crucial second phase of Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) programme over allegations of corruption and said corrective measures would be taken.
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'Poor infrastructure reflects in women's health'&nbsp; 11.4.2006 Central Chronicle
'Poor infrastructure reflects in women's health'&nbsp;
Cong forms NGO 'Tejasvini'&nbsp; 11.4.2006 Central Chronicle
Cong forms NGO 'Tejasvini'&nbsp;
Guidelines on operationalising PHCs as 24-hour units 11.4.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Apr 10 : With a view to reducing the infant and maternal mortality rates in the country, Government has prepared guidelines to help states to operationalise 50 per cent of primary health centres as 24-hour units for providing delivery services and newborn care.
Legislators unconcerned about infant mortality: study 11.4.2006 New Kerala: Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal: Legislators in Madhya Pradesh seem unconcerned about the alarming infant and maternal mortality rates in the state, says a study by a voluntary group.
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India's maternal mortality 'unacceptably high' 10.4.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: India continues to lag in reducing maternal and infant mortality with a woman dying every five minutes due to childbirth complications, top experts said here Monday.
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NORTH by NORTH EAST: Assam election fascinatingly poised 5.4.2006 The Statesman
NORTH by NORTH EAST: Assam election fascinatingly poised
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Open Forum: Women dying ~ but who cares? 5.4.2006 The Statesman
Open Forum: Women dying ~ but who cares?
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Alarm bells ring on child nutrition 5.4.2006 Telegraph: Nation
A World Bank study has reported that 50 per cent of children in South Asia are undernourished. This is double the percentage of malnourished children in sub-Saharan Africa, a region steeped in poverty.
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Spread awareness on child rights: UNICEF 3.4.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
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UNICEF selects Krishnagiri for project on child issues 1.4.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Focus on child labour, malnutrition and illiteracy
Maternal & Infant Mortality rates still riding high 28.3.2006 New Indian Express
Maternal & Infant Mortality rates still riding high
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Project to bring down mother-child mortality rate 27.3.2006 New Indian Express
Project to bring down mother-child mortality rate
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Safe motherhood drive launched&nbsp; 21.3.2006 Central Chronicle
Safe motherhood drive launched&nbsp;
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