Articles by Malnutrition

How Food And Beverage Companies In India Play Vital Role In Addressing ‘Double-Burden Malnutrition’

In the backdrop of the prevalence of double burden of malnutrition in India, the report by ATNI, an international non-profit organization that seeks to improve consumers’ access to nutritious foods and beverages across several countries, reveals that several Indian food and beverages companies are providing only a limited choice of healthy foods to the consumers.

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Time To Step Up War Against All-Pervasive Invisible Enemy

A first-hand account of the travails of tribal population in remote parts of Chhattisgarh who are grappling against great odds including nutrition-poor food habits, low literacy, subsistence-level economies and inadequate health facilities to ensure wellbeing of their children

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Community-Led Initiatives Helping Banda Improve Nutrition Status

Banda Suposhan Karyakram to help children improve their overall health and nutrition status is a 3 steps scheme which has started showing positive results. Cooperation of other government departments is contributing to desired outcomes.

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Odisha Community Led Initiatives Show How To Close Nutrition Gap For Tribals

Angul Pusti Adhikar Abhiyan (APAA), a community-led movement, shows the way forward with a model which can be scaled up not just by the state of Odisha but by many other states too.

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Enhance Mid-Day Meal Allocation In Budget, Akshaya Patra Urges FM

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is currently feeding 18 lakh school children a day, partnering state governments in 12 states and two union territories.

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Why No National Purpose Can Be Achieved Without The Public, Private And Civil Society Coming Together

The Challenges, Convergence And Solutions To Combat Malnutrition In India

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Nutrition Warriors | In Naxalite Land, A Doctor Couple's Crusade To Save Tribal Communities In Jharkhand, Odisha

Prasanta Tripathy and Nirmala Nair left global careers to settle in Chakradharpur. They set up Ekjut in 2002 to provide health and nutrition training on community participation

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