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Contents

1. Foreword

2. Acknowledgements

3. Executive Summary

4. Introduction

  • 4.1 Children and Child Well-being
  • 4.2 India and Child Well-being
  • 4.3 World Vision India and Child Well-Being
  • 4.4 About the Report
  • 4.5 Definition of Child Well-Being
  • 4.6 Nussbaum’s Framework

5. Methodology

  • 5.1 Dimensions and Indicators
  • 5.2 Data Collection
  • 5.3 About the Index Calculation
  • 5.4 Limitations

6. Child Well-Being in India

  • 6.1 Child Well-being Index
  • 6.2 Dimension 1 – Life
  • 6.3 Dimension 2 – Bodily Health
  • 6.4 Dimension 3 – Bodily Integrity
  • 6.5 Dimension 4 – Senses, Imagination and thought
  • 6.6 Dimension 5 – Emotions
  • 6.7 Dimension 6 – Practical Reason
  • 6.8 Dimension 7 – Affiliation
  • 6.9 Dimension 8 – Play
  • 6.10 Dimension 9 – Control Over One’s Environment

7. Child Well-Being and COVID-19

  • 7.1 Education
  • 7.2 Malnutrition
  • 7.3 Child Protection

8.Child Well-Being and the Sustainable Development Goals

9. Child Well-Being in Indian Districts

10. Discussions & Way Forward

11. Appendix – 1: Dimension-Wise List of Top Ten and Bottom Ten Districts in India

12. Appendix – 2 : Dimension-Wise List of Indicators, Source of Data and Corresponding SDGs

13. Appendix – 3 : Region-Wise Classification of States and Union Territories

14.Abbreviations

15. Bibliography

16. About World Vision India and partners