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  Critical Issues Identified by FORCES
 



 

Commitment to address the four basic rights (survival, protection, development and participation) through ECCD services
 

 


 

Declining sex ratio in the context of survival of the girl child, high infant mortality of the girl child and discrimination
 

 


 

Provision of services like crèches and ICDS/day care centres, Maternity Benefits, etc.
 

 


 

Reach and accessibility of ECCD services by the ‘Last child’ (Children of unorganized labourers of marginalizedcommunities, in remote locations, of nomadic tribes and migratory populations etc).
 

 


 

Policies affecting nutritional status and leading to high infant/child mortality rates
 

 


 

Universalisation of ICDS with quality
 

 
 
Education for the under sixes
 
 
 
Empowering PRIs to participate effectively in decision making processes
 
     



 




 










 

  FORCES is an advocacy network which is committed to the survival, protection and holistic development of the young child