CAPTION: Geetha's daughter Priyanka tends to vomit up what she is fed, and Geetha had to experiment a lot to find ways to feed her so that this doesn't happen. Priyanka also goes through regular periods of almost non-stop crying. During the earliest days following the birth of a child who has (or develops) a disability or special needs, parents often struggle to work out what they can do for him or her, and would find more information and direction useful. Under the Chamkol programme, children aged between zero and five and their mothers, expectant mothers and women of child-bearing age will be able to get this through health, wellbeing, development and pre-school programmes run through Early Years' Clubs. LOCATION: Mallianpura (village), Kasaba (hobli), Chamrajnagar (district), Karnataka (state), India. INDIVIDUAL(S) PHOTOGRAPHED: Geetha (mother) and Priyanka (daughter).
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