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Shelter Less Persons in Delhi

Shelter Less Persons in Delhi

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 Challenging Inclusive Growth Policies
Sponsored by 
 
Department of Social Welfare
NCT of Delhi
Shipra MaitraBalwant Singh Mehta
 
INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
NIDM Building, 3
rd
Floor, IIPA CampusI.P Estate, Mahatma Gandhi Marg, New Delhi-110 002Phones – 2335 8166, 2332 1610 / Fax : 23765410Email:ihd@vsnl.com, website:ihdindia.org
2007200720072007
 
CONTENTS 
Acknowledgement iMajor Findings ii-iv
CHAPTER- I : INTRODUCTION 1-15
1.1 Characteristics of Shelterlessness 21.2 Shelterless in India 41.3 Definition and Number of Shelterless Persons 51.4 Census coverage of Houseless persons in Delhi 71.5 Concern for Shelterless in Delhi Master Plan 2021 81.6 Need for the Survey 91.7 Objectives 101.8 Methodology 101.9 Limitations of the Survey 14
CHAPTER- II : PROFILE OF THE SHELTERLESS 16-28
2.1 Locational Concentration 172.2 Migration 182.2a Reasons for Migration 192.3 Socio Cultural Profile 212.3a Caste Profile 212.3b Religion 222.3c Marital Status 232.4 Age group Distribution 232.5 Occupational Pattern 252.6 Level of Education 26
CHAPTER–III : WOMEN, CHILDREN AND THE ELDERLY 29-35
3.1 Demographic Characteristics 293.2 Level of Education 31
CHAPTER– IV : CHALLENGING INCLUSIVE GROWTH POLICIES
 
36-56
4.1 Economic Profile 374.1a
 
Reasons for Coming to Delhi 374.1b
 
Average Income Earned 384.1c Average Expenditure 394.1d Remittance 404.2 Livelihood Concerns 414.2 a Reasons for Leaving Home 414.2 b Dependent Family Members 414.2c Identification Documents (ID) 424.2d Strong Linkage with Native Place 434.2e Personal Belongings 454.2f Cooking Fuel 464.2g Duration of Stay 474.2h Long Working Hours 47
 
4.2i Changing Sleeping Place 484.2j Awareness and Utilisation of Night Shelters 494.2k Support Towards Livelihood 504.3 State of Basic Amenities
 
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4.3a Health Concerns 504.3b Sanitation 524.3c Drinking Water 534.4 Risks of being Shelterless 534.5 Future Perception 544.6 Estimates of Shelterless Persons
 
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 CHAPTER -V GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES AND IMPLEMENTATIONS 57-67
5.1
 
The Night Shelters 57
 
5.2 Occupancy 615.3 Alternatives to Housing 635.4 Perceptions of the Inmates 635.5 Major Problems 665.6 Future Perception 67
CHAPTER - VI CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 68-73ANNEXURE (TABLES & QUESTIONNAIRES) I- XII 74-85PHOTOGRAPHS 86-89

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