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How Is Janani Suraksha Yojana Performing in Backward Districts of India?

The paper is based on data collected through People’s Assessment of Health, Education, Livelihood, 2011. The authors thank the entire PAHELI team whose support made this paper possible. They are also thankful to Sushmita Das, Maria Grazia Pastorello, Radhika Kapoor, Yamini Aiyar, Rukmini Banerjee and Wilima Wadhwa. Comments from an anonymous referee have also been useful. All remaining errors are our own.

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