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HRMG 2010-2011

CHSJ continued its work on Health Rights & Marginalised Communities where the thrust has been on examining the relationship of social exclusion and health rights in the Indian context. The Centre built linkages with National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR)- a civil society alliance working specifically with marginalised and excluded communities and jointly developed a proposal on Health Rights and Entitlements of the Socially Excluded Communities and Women under NRHM. This proposal has been accepted as part of the PACS 2 projects and is awaiting formal sanction.

Papers on Health and Social Exclusion

CHSJ prepared a set of four draft papers on Social Exclusion and Health Policy focusing on Maternal Health, T.B, health care for Women living with HIV/AIDS and Family Planning. It is expected that these papers will be used subsequently for advocacy.

Study on National Health Programmes and Social Exclusion  

CHSJ had conducted a study in partnership with Mahila Jan Adhikar Samiti (MJAS) to understand the health care needs of the communities, factors affecting choices of health care systems, experiences of accessing public health care in context of maternal health, TB and general health needs. The data analysis process is ongoing.