Learning Resources

Research Report

Through an on-field and interview based data collection research, Vipla Foundation spoke to over 150 children and their mothers in Mumbai, Maharashtra, to understand the implications.

Read our summary and detailed report of Stressed Out Children During The Pandemic-led Lockdown to understand the serve consequences and identify solutions

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Executive Summary

In India, several women give up the idea of a career or end up quitting their jobs after having children. Vipla Foundation conducted a study to assess the aspirations of women with regard to career and skill development. Findings show that women currently have desires to be in paid employment largely due to their adverse financial conditions. The study emphasised that survey respondents feel that childcare, family responsibilities are hindering their re-entry into the workforce.

Stay At Work RAS Report

The current status of the pandemic across the country show that the virus is not really close to a point where the guards can come off and people can collectively breathe a sigh of relief to go back to what was considered normal. Several states that had gone into Unlock are revisiting the idea and it is prudent to say that this situation will continue at least for the next few months. What does this mean for the urban poor? How did they manage during the last three months and what are their basic requirements and anxiety drivers? How do state governments and civil society organizations address the huge ask of basic needs of those on the margins? How much is enough?

Covid Relief: How much is Enough

Rehabilitation of Minor CSE Victims at Alternate Care Protective Homes

A Research article delving into the effectiveness of intervention at the Alternative Care Protection Homes for Commercial Sexual Exploitation(CSE) minors.

Rehabilitation of Minor CSE Victims at Alternate Care Protective Homes published in Udayan Care and SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, 2021, takes into account numerous cases of minors who showed positive outcomes that suggest alternative care for victims of CSE can be a noteworthy option, when supported adequately with trauma counselling and rehabilitation plans.

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The document presents key findings of a baseline study conducted by Save The Children India, in the Solapur, Kolhapur, Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, and Nashik districts of Maharashtra to understand trends in prosecution of cases registered under the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act 1956 (ITPA). The study was undertaken as part of a project supported by the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery (GFEMS). The Project focussed on assisting the prosecution by extending case-based free legal aid to victim through DLSA and systems strengthening – Anti Human Trafficking Initiatives Vertical, STCI

Gammat Jammat (Part II) is a series of daily learning activities that children can do independently and with the help of their parents at home.

It helps children explore Language, Math, and the Environment in fun-filled ways. This series also provides family members an easy way to effectively engage with their child’s learning even in the times affected by Covid-19 when children are not going to school.

Grade 1 to 3

Grade 4 to 5

Mapping the Service Journey of Children with Hearing Impairment from Initiation to Successful Integration into Mainstream Schools

A Research Study
on Dhvani Early Intervention Program of Save The Children India

Dhvani Early Intervention Program – Handout

Dhvani Early Intervention Program – Full Report

The NCPCR Directive to Restore CNCP in CCIS to Families
Save The Children India | October, 2020

Anti Human Trafficking Initiatives, PP1

POSITION PAPER

Gammat Jammat is a series of daily learning activities that children can do independently and with the help of their parents at home. It helps children explore Language, Math, and the Environment in fun-filled ways. This series also provides family members an easy way to effectively engage with their child’s learning even in the times affected by Covid-19 when children are not going to school.

Grade 1 to 3

Grade 4 to 5

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