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The Healthy Cities for Adolescents (HCA) Program is a five-year global initiative funded by the Swiss philanthropic organisation, Fondation Botnar, and managed by the International Society of Urban Health (ISUH) based in New York. This global program includes seven projects addressing the health and well-being of young people living in secondary cities. The projects are based out of Senegal, Ghana, India, Vietnam, and Colombia. In India, the program is being anchored by Ennovent and has been initiated through projects in Smart Cities in two states - Jaipur and Udaipur in Rajasthan and Bhubaneswar and Cuttack in Odisha. Haqdarshak and World Resources...

By Jaya Srinivasan A few months ago, I had the opportunity to attend a workshop on Social Role Valorization (SRV). Conducted by the Keystone Foundation, this workshop mainly featured participants who worked with people with disability: caregivers, professionals, founders of organisations, and parents. Interestingly, most of the participants were women, perhaps highlighting their involvement in the sector and the significant role they play in caregiving in their families. [caption id="attachment_4054" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Source: Keystone Institute India[/caption] My introduction to SRV came through a colleague, who learnt of it at a workshop on community mental health late last year, where he represented the citiesRISE...


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