PUBLICATIONS

Publications
Un-Locking the Childs’ Potential Living at 25 Displaced Locations Due to Civil Strife-BTC, Assam
Key Objective Deliverables: – To enable children from displaced communities to have equitable access to quality education and ensure their right to education across 25 locations in kokrajhar BTC Assam – To establish and strengthen community based child- centered models of intervention to ensure a protective environment for children affected by ethnic conflict across 25 locations of Kokrajhar. – Mainstreaming all out of school children to formal neighborhood schools across 25 locations.

  1. YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING WORKSHOP
  2. Stop Trafficking
  3. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
  4. Scenerio of Assam Infant Mortality and Maternal mortality
  5. Relief Album-1
  6. peace building initiative
  7. NEDAN FOUNDATIONs Gender Policy
  8. Nedan Annual Report 2014-2015
  9. Livelihood – Entrepreneurship Initiative for vulnerable Women and Girls-NEDAN
  10. India Human Trafficking in the North East
  11. Human Trafficking News letter
  12. Grim Situation of Trafficking in Person from Assam
  13. fake encounter
  14. FACT SHEETCHILDREN IN CONFLICT
  15. Emergence of Digital Study Hall at Destination Girls Home
  16. Creating Protective Learning Space for Children and Adolescents in Civil Strife districts of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) Assam, North East, India
  17. CHILD PROTECTION POLICY-NEDAN
  18. CEASELESS ISSUES
  19. Audit 2009-2010
  20. Audit 2010-2011
  21. Audit 2011-2012
  22. Audit 2012-2013
  23. “Supporting HSLC and HS Final examination for Homeless Adolescent Candidates affected by 2014 December Conflict”
  24. Annual Report-2015 FINIAL
  25. BTC-Level-Consultation-on-Role-of-Law-Enforcement-Agencies-on-Crime-against-Children
  26. Report on social entrepreneurship training on 14 december
  27. Block level orientation 2016
  28. Weaving destination
  29. BTC consultation on strengthening child protection 2016
  30. Child protection Quarterly report April – June 2017
  31. ANNUAL REPORT 2017
  32. Child Protection Quarterly report July- September 2017