Items where Author is "Babbar, Karan"

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Babbar, Karan, Swathysree, S.S and Kranthi, Nanduri (2023) Navigating through menstrual health experiences of educated urban individuals who menstruate during the COVID-19 lockdown: a study from India. Culture, Health & Sexuality. ISSN 1464-5351 (In Press)

Babbar, Karan and Ojha, Manini (2023) Towards an inclusive national policy on menstrual health and hygiene. ORF Issue Brief, 675.

Babbar, Karan and Dev, Pritha (2023) Period products during the pandemic: The impact of lockdown on period products usage. Applied Economics. pp. 1-17. ISSN 1466-4283 (In Press)

Babbar, Karan, Das, Upasak, Ashraf, Sania, Shpenev, Alex and Bicchieri, Cristina (2023) Unlocking the Role of social norms: How they shape women’s public toilet usage in India. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. ISSN 1476-1645 (In Press)

Babbar, Karan, Vandana, - and Arora, Ashu (2023) Bleeding at the margins: Understanding period poverty among SC and ST women using decomposition analysis. The Journal of Development Studies, 60 (1). pp. 131-146. ISSN 1743-9140

Babbar, Karan and Garikipati, Supriya (2023) What socio-demographic factors support disposable vs. sustainable menstrual choices? Evidence from India's National Family Health Survey-5. PloS one, 18 (08): e0290350. pp. 1-22. ISSN 1932-6203

Babbar, Karan, Martin, Jennifer, Varanas, Pratyusha and Avendaño, Ivett (2023) Inclusion means everyone: standing up for transgender and non-binary individuals who menstruate worldwide. The Lancet Regional Health - Southeast Asia: 100177. ISSN 2772-3682

Babbar, Karan and Sivakami, M. (2023) Promoting menstrual health: Towards sexual and reproductive health for all. OBSERVER RESEARCH FOUNDATION (613). pp. 1-13.

Martin, Jennifer, Babbar, Karan and Maschette, Ursula (2022) Menstrual health for all requires wider high level commitment. The BMJ: o2222. ISSN 0959-8146

Babbar, Karan, Rustagi, Niharika and Dev, Pritha (2022) How COVID-19 lockdown has impacted the sanitary pads distribution among adolescent girls and women in India. Journal of Social Issues. ISSN 1540-4560 (In Press)

Article in News Papers and Magazine

Babbar, Karan and Ojha, Manini (2024) What NFHS-5 reveals about menstrual health and hygiene practices. The Economic Times.

Babbar, Karan (2024) How India's COVID lockdowns impacted menstrual health. The Wire.

Babbar, Karan (2024) How India’s COVID lockdowns impacted menstrual health. Down to Earth.

Babbar, Karan (2023) Does India need a 'uniform national policy' for menstrual health and hygiene? The Quint.

Babbar, Karan and Ojha, Manini (2023) Contraceptive decision-making in India. Observer Research Foundation.

Sharma, Shreya and Babbar, Karan (2023) Securing support for same-sex marriage in India. East Asia Forum.

Babbar, Karan (2023) How to improve period product usage rates. Hindustan Times.

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