Safeguarding the Future: A Comprehensive Analysis of Exploitation and Rights Violations Among Orphaned Children in India
Keerthi Avantigaa g , Dr.Shampa I Dev
Orphaned children in India encounter a plethora of challenges spanning physical, psychological, and emotional realms, alongside heightened vulnerability to diseases such as HIV/AIDS. This paper synthesizes findings from various studies and analyses conducted by researchers like Ravneet Kaur, Bhavya Jain, Kimiyo Kikuchi, SG Prem Kumar, Panchali Datta, Santhosh B Sajjan, Bhupendra K Verma, Prasanna Kapavarapu, and Krishna Patel, shedding light on the multifaceted issues surrounding the exploitation and rights violations among orphaned children in India. These studies reveal the prevalence of behavioral and emotional problems among institutionalized orphans, underscore gaps in India's legal and policy frameworks for child protection, and emphasize the urgent need for interventions targeting orphaned children's healthcare needs, including mental health support. Additionally, the studies highlight concerning trends such as the rising prevalence of indoor tobacco smoke exposure among orphaned children and the high rates of malnutrition and anemia among HIV-infected orphaned children. Through a comprehensive analysis, this paper aims to deepen understanding and spur action to safeguard the future of orphaned children in India.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1353 - 1356
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