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India

   CAPITAL:: New Delhi
   POPULATION (in millions):: 998 
   LANGUAGE:: Hindi, English and 14 other official languages
   ACCESS TO SAFE WATER:: Urban: 92%, Rural: 86%
   ACCESS TO ADEQUATE SANITATION:: Urban: 73%, Rural: 14%
   URBANIZATION:: 28%
   LIFE EXPECTANCY:: 63
   UNDER 5 MORTALITY RATE:: 98/1000
   GNP PER CAPITA:: $450
              
   SOURCE FOR STATISTICS: 2001 State of the World's Children, UNICEF
   Project Locations: 2 projects based in Calcutta
   Key poverty-related issues:  Respiratory tract infections, malnutrition, parasitic infections and
   anemia represent common
health threats.


  Many children do not receive an education because they must work to help support their families.
  For children enrolled in primary school, only 62 percent reach the fifth grade.

  Overall, only 52 percent of the population is literate.


  In Calcutta, the poor live in extremely overcrowded slums where shelters are made of  
  cardboard or metal scraps. In rural villages, homes are constructed out of mud,
  with no
running water, sewer