Samir Chaudhuri

Samir Chaudhuri founded the Child in Need Institute (CINI) in 1974 with a multidisciplinary team of Indian professionals. He has served as a consultant, researcher and advisor to various national and international agencies in India and other countries of Asia and Africa. His work has been recognised by a number of awards, including the ABP’s Sera Bangali Award (Kolkata, 2013), the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, Global Humanitarian Award (Ellis Island, New York, 2008), the World of Children Awards, UNICEF (New York, 2007), the Italian Parliament Commission for Infants Award (Rome, 2005), the Ross Award, Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research (Calcutta, 1995), and the Catherine Freyman Prize in Social Pediatrics, AIIMS (New Delhi, 1970).

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