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Belief systems and socio-cultural correlates of persons visiting Mehendipur Balaji temple, Rajasthan: A mental health perspective.

Data collection ongoing The CAMP Dausa mental health team provides mental health in the vicinity of this famous temple. We have developed a culturally sensitive approach of interviewing the persons visiting this temple. This interview has been developed after a thorough study of the beliefs and practices associated with the temple, and a pilot study …

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Evaluating Existing Systemic Capacity And Need Of Psychosocial Care For Boys And Girls In Conflict Situations.

WITH FOCUS ON ESTABLISHING ROBUST, SUSTAINABLE PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS WHILE INCORPORATING GENDER NUANCES. Data collection ongoing The research is being conducted in four districts of Chhattisgarh (Kanker, Narayanpur, Dantewada, Sukma). The objective of the study is to understand the existing systems in place that work with children affected by violence and evaluate the need for …

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Comparative study on Impact of Male Migration on Autonomy of Women in Kumaon

Data collection ongoing Studies on migration confirm that most of the migrants are men who migrate to cities due to rampant unemployment in search of a livelihood and those who are left behind, are women. With the onset of the pandemic, the past two years saw migration and reverse migration in these areas. In this …

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Why the willingness to return to the city? A study from Uttarakhand on ‘Reversal of Reverse Migration.’ Submitted for publication.

Submitted for publication. Migration has been a pattern in the hills of Uttarakhand for decades. This region has seen men migrating to the cities in order to earn a livelihood for them and their families, but the pandemic forced them to reverse migrate to their homes.  A year into the pandemic and deteriorating finances, the …

Why the willingness to return to the city? A study from Uttarakhand on ‘Reversal of Reverse Migration.’ Submitted for publication. Read More »