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Vaccine acceptance in rural India

Engaging faith leaders as vaccine ambassadors


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SSM-Qualitative Research in Health

Caregiver perceptions of the broader societal benefits of vaccination: A path
toward sustainable vaccine advocacy in India.

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Impact of COVID-19 on the lives of vulnerable young people in New Delhi, India: a mixed-method study

COVID-19 disproportionately impacts health systems in low-income settings and the health of the most marginalized populations.

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Child trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC)

Child Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Medical & Psychosocial Services for the Victims, India International Centre, New Delhi, October13, 2016

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Early Childhood Care & Development: Health Care & Learning

Every child has the right to optimal cognitive, social and emotional development. Notably, early childhood is more than a preparatory stage assisting the child’s transition to formal schooling; it has been recognized as the critical period for comprehensive development taking into account the child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs,

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Social and Health Perspectives of Child Marriage in Rural Mewat, Haryana, India

Child Marriage represents a grave violence against children and deprives them of their right to health, education and livelihoods. Children married in their childhood are at higher risk of negative adverse health outcomes .

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COVID-19 Leadership Response in Vulnerable Settings

After years of working as a medical doctor and social pediatrician, Dr. Rajeev Seth co-founded BUDS, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the wellbeing, education, health, and welfare of poor and marginalized children in India. The COVID-19 lockdown introduced new hardships for these children, such as food scarcity, while forcing closure of relevant services including, for example, BUDS’s early childhood education drop-in centres in Delhi.

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Covid-19 vaccine equity as a global good

Financial, epidemiological, and moral arguments should push policy makers to move away from nation centric vaccine policies and move towards global vaccine equity. In 1955, when Jonas Salk was asked who owned the polio vaccine, he famously remarked “Could you patent the sun?” Where is that sense of communal servitude today? Covid-19 vaccine manufacturing and global access has been limited by vaccine nationalism and patent restrictions.

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