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guardianDr. Abhay Bang: the revolutionary paediatrician – The Guardian spanishIs the answer to infant mortality in a small village in India? baby_formulaBaby Formula – Business Today htGadchiroli – Turning the Tide : Hindustan Times times of inda page
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phfiSEARCH case study: Public Health Foundation of India international_reportingInternational Reporting Project world_ppl_blogRani Bang – World People’s Blog shomaHealing Lives in Times of Conflict – Shoma Sen reliance_foundationReal Heroes – Reliance Foundation
lancet_06012014Rani and Abhay Bang – pioneers of health care in rural India – The Lancet csr_identityTheir work must be replicated sndtDr. Rani Bang – SNDT India Promotes Home-Based Newborn Care – Impatient Optimists World EconomicAn Insight, an Idea with Abhay Bang – World Economic Forum
natgeoIn the footsteps of Gandhi – National Geographic freepressjournalIn insurgency hit Gadchiroli, a lab that saves newborns – The Free Press Journal livemint1Giving a new meaning to public service – Livemint livemint2Gadchiroli’s trudging doctors spell hope fdfedB for Abhay Bang and Rani Bang – The Positive Encourager
businesslineArt of healing among India’s poorest – The Better India citizenreport60% sobriety in dry Gadchiroli – Citizens Report thebetterindiaIt takes a village to taech the Doc – BusineLine ultravioletPortrait of a woman – Ultra Violet ethiopiaTo cut the infant mortality, Ethiopia adopts Gadchiroli model – The Indian Express
Dr Bang visits mother Meena Dhit and her newborn baby in her home to undergo some health check-ups, Bodli village, Maharastra. Doctor Abhay Bang, has for years implemented a simple scheme he pioneered in the remote eastern district of Gadchiroli, where he trained local women in basic midwife skills and knowledge. The infant mortality rate has dropped from 121 per 1,000 babies in 1988 to just 30 deaths per 1,000 babies in 2007. Dr. Bang says: "These community health workers literally become a mobile new-born and childcare units. They can go house to house and save those children." Dr. Bang has backed up Save the Children’s biggest ever campaign to prevent the needless deaths of one million children in the developing world from both pneumonia and diarrohea. The “No Child Born To Die” campaign raises awareness to the fact that seven million more young children could be saved through simple changes to boost rural healthcare in poor countries. NOTE ON RESTRICTIONS: This image can be used for website, annual reports and other corporate communications. Media and wider use only after June 15, 2011.Can a village revolution for mothers and newborns go global? – The Huffington Post tarunyabhanTarunyabhan – MIT, Aurangabad phfi1SEARCH case study – Public Health Foundation of India pune-daru Daru Zone_Loksatta
Shaping policy Vitamin-A-and-childhood Dr Abhay Bang A Revolution in Infant Survival e-mail Reply by Abhishek Mangaonkar My SEARCH Experience : Shubhra Kumar
Starvation Deaths Ethiopia changes child mortality policy after visit to SEARCH अंकुर-प्रकल्-प e-mail from Vasudev Nori to Dr. Bang Kanosa: (Health, Culture and Sosiety)

BJP Health Ministers’ conclave to discuss infant, Mothe P D Patil Prathishthan r mortality and malnutrition deaths

A Community study of gynecological diseases in Indian villages P D Patil Pratishthan : Maharashtra Bhushan award 2017 कुपोषणमुक्तीसाठी घर भेट उपक्रम राबवा  महाराष्ट्रातील आरोग्य सेवा अनाथ
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