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  To catch a virus and miss the disease  Popular
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Article published in "The Indian Express"<br /> Saturday, September 16, 2006<br />

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  Neonatal Care and Transport Among the Urban Poor: Challenges and Options  Popular
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Article published in Journal of Neonatology Vol. 19, No. 4, 2005. Urban poor have significantly worse rates of neonatal mortality indicators than suggested by urban average data. The NMR is 31/1000 for urban India while it is nearly 40/1000 for the urban poor.Various challenges confronting prompt and quality care and transport of sick newborn that exist -at the slum home and community, during transit, the intermediate provider and the health facility, have been discussed in the paper.Evidence from parts of India and from other countries has shown that key low-tech interventions can significantly improve neonatal survival. The paper suggests options for improved care and transport of the sick urban neonate.

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  Need for Dedicated Focus on Urban Health within National Rural Health Mission  Popular
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Article published in Indian Journal of Public Health Vol.49, No.3, 2005. For the National Rural Health Mission to achieve its goals, urban population needs to be included in its scope. Health status and access of reproductive and child health services of slum dwellers is poor and comparable to the rural population. Public sector urban health delivery system, especially for poor, has so far been sporadic, far from adequate and limited in its reach.

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  Health vulnerability assessment of slums:a tool for better planning of health programs in urban area  Popular
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Paper presented at the Global Health Forum 9, Mumbai, India, 12-16 September 2005

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  Maternal and Child Health Conditions of Rapidly Growing Urban Poor Populations  Popular
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This paper titled “Maternal and Child Health Conditions of Rapidly Growing Urban Poor Populations: The Way Forward for City Governments-What can cities do to achieve MDGs?” was presented by Dr Siddharth Agarwal at World Mayors Conference held at Cochin (India) from 2-4 April 2005 on the theme “Millennium Development Goals and Role of Cities” <br />

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   Understanding and Addressing Childhood Immunization Coverage in Urban Slums  Popular
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Article produced in a special series in collaboration with the journal <b>Indian Pediatrics</b>

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  All Slums are Not Equal: Child Health Conditions Among the Urban Poor  Popular
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Article produced in a special series in collaboration with the journal <b>Indian Pediatrics</b>

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  Urban Slum-Specific Issues in Neonatal Survival  Popular
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Article produced in a special series in collaboration with the journal <b>Indian Pediatrics</b>

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  Nutritional Problems in Urban Slum Children  Popular
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Article produced in a special series in collaboration with the journal <b>Indian Pediatrics</b>

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  Early Childhood Development in Deprived Urban Settlements  Popular
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Article produced in a special series in collaboration with the journal <b>Indian Pediatrics</b>

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