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GOVERNANCE AND JUSTICE: Challenge of Weaving the Severed Bond in South Asia, Justice Nasir Aslam Zahid Printed Pages: 188. Seller Inventory 13407About this Item: Nidhi Books, 2010. Contents Preface Introduction 1 Has Janani Suraksha Yojana Stimulated Institutional Delivery A Study in Una District of Himachal PradeshDeepak Kumar Manisha and Archana Dwivedi 2 Have the Supreme Court Guidelines made a Difference A Study of Quality of Care of Women?s Sterilization in Five StatesJayeeta Chowdhury Melissa Lairenlakpam and Abhijit Das 3 Exploring What Happens to Children Identified with AFP under the Pulse Polio Programme in Uttar Pradesh IndiaRie Roselyne Yotsu Abhijit Das Katharine Abba Jayeeta Choudhury and Melissa Lairenlakpam 4 Assessing the Readiness of CHCs to Deliver Emergency Obstetric Care A study in Wardha District MaharashtraAbhay Gaidhane and Zahir Razi Quazi 5 Are Arrangements for Public Private Partnerships for Emergency Obstetric Care Services Adequate under JSY A Study in Ahmednagar District MaharashtraSarika Chaturvedi and Bharat Randive 6 Mapping Adequacy of Staffing to Ensure Service Guarantees A Study of Ganjam District in OrissaManmath Mohanty and Amy Hagopian 7 To What Extent Are ASHAs Able to Perform Their Assigned Roles A Study of Muzaffarpur District in BiharAlok Lodh M Haque Pranita Singh Dinesh Singh Dipu Sushil Kumar and Gitanjali Priti Bhatia 8 Assessing the Preparedness of CHCs as First Referral Units in MeghalayaIbadasuklin Kharshandi and Mornrina J Nongkynrih 9 Assessing the Readiness of the Health System to Address Maternal Mortality A Study in Uttar PradeshJashodhara Dasgupta Chesta Sharma and Saim Md Khan 10 Does Community Monitoring Improve Delivery of Maternal Health Services Examining the Role of VHSC in Mayurbhanj District OrissaJiban Krushna Behera Sudharani Acharya and Sunita Singh 11 Role of the Sahiyya in Delivering ANC Services A Study in East Singbhum District JharkhandIsita Ray and Nandalal Baksi 12 Role of JSY in Institutional Delivery A Study in Churachandpur District ManipurPeter ZM Hangmi and Jamhen Kuki Glossary CHSJ in collaboration with Population Leadership Program University of Washington and UNFPA developed a course on Rapid Assessment of Health Programmes and trained a group of young researchers from organizations across the country to conduct rapid assessments of different aspects of NRHM implementation The three phase training programme was organized in 2008 with the idea of involving civil society organizations to provide feedback to the state and strengthen public programming to improve both its delivery and utilization This book is a product of this training and is a collection of research reports generated through the Rapid Assessment process The 12 papers included in this collection depict a range of micro realities from different regions of the country and were shared with government technical agencies donors and other health networks and organizations at the grassroots level as well as included in the mid term review process of the Eleventh Five Year Plan 312 pp.