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NCPCR Report on Children Affected by Civil Unrest Dantewada and Khammam

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    The National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) conducted a factfinding visit from 17th to 19th December 2007, to Dantewada (Chhattisgarh) and Khammam (Andhra Pradesh), in order to assess the status of children’s health and education in the situation of civil unrest in Dantewada district. The following report details a narrative account of the team’s visit and highlights key issues pertaining to children and families in camps and villages affected by conflict in Dantewada and those displaced across state borders as a result of the same. Specific action items recommended by the NCPCR team in response to these issues have also been noted.

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    Paper provided by eSocialSciences in its series Working Papers with number id:2581.

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    Keywords: Dantewada; Chhattisgarh; Andhra Pradesh; Khammam; civil unrest; children; families; villages; displaced; protection; child rights; camps; training; development; child rights; schools; hostels; teachers; health services; hostels; eduation;

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