Haryana

OUR ACTIVITIES IN Haryana

Report: Access to Contraception and Women’s Experiences with the Public Health System

Haryana, Maternal Health, Research and Fact Finding

In February 2014 a health rights activist and two advocates from the Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) traveled to three villages in Mewat District, Haryana to investigate women’s access to contraceptive information and services and state implementation of reproductive health schemes. The current unmet need or the percentage of ....
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Fact-Finding Report on Compliance with National Sterilization Guidelines – Sterilization Camp in Kawi Village

Haryana, Research and Fact Finding, Sterilisation

In March 2008, the government of India’s Family Planning Division of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare issued guidelines for sterilization services in camps.  All sterilization camps in the country must abide by these guidelines.  A team of health rights activists visited the Primary Health Centre (PHC) in ....
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Fact finding report on Poor quality of health care and services: A case study of North Cachar district, Assam

Haryana, Maternal Health, Research and Fact Finding

The fact finding is conducted in Assam which has the highest number of maternal deaths in the country. The social, economic and institutional failure leads to increasing rate of maternal mortality and morbidity. There are many international conventions which relate to Right to Health and India being a party to ....
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Rights for Rohingya Refugees- Camps at Mewat, Haryana

Haryana, Maternal Health, Research and Fact Finding

The Rohingya are among an estimated 10 million stateless people worldwide. India, despite hosting some 30,000 registered refugees, has no legal recognition of asylum seekers, making it difficult for them to use essential services like schools and hospitals. The Rohingya community is among the most vulnerable. According to the ....
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Rights for Rohingya Refugees- Camps at Mewat, Haryana

Haryana, Maternal Health, Research and Fact Finding

The Rohingya are among an estimated 10 million stateless people worldwide. India, despite hosting some 30,000 registered refugees, has no legal recognition of asylum seekers, making it difficult for them to use essential services like schools and hospitals. The Rohingya community is among the most vulnerable. According to the ....
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