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Special Homes for Boys and Girls. [Chennai, Kellys; Chengalpet] 4. The Department of Welfare is moving towards the equal treatment of NGOs in the formal and informal welfare sectors as set out in clause 24 of Chapter 3. 5. The structure of federal financing provides strong support to some types of child welfare services and comparatively little to others. The advent of a new dispensation and an increase in migration from rural to urban areas, and from neighbouring African states and other countries, poses a special challenge for social welfare service delivery. 3.

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Publisher: University of New South Wales Press (July 1, 2008)

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