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Towards zero child hunger
Dec 20, 2011 Six million children die of hunger every year. Policy brief Zero child hunger: breaking the cycle of malnutrition by International Initiative for Impact Evaluation explores evidence to show that increased household income and better diets improve children’s nutritional status.
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Nairobi finds innovative ways to tackle malnutrition
Nov 23, 2009 Fortified flour and chewing gums are new and cost-effective ways of reducing malnutrition. A conference on nutrition held recently in Nairobi concluded that these innovative methods could save millions of children when combined with community outreach programmes.
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Gitanjali Gems brightens children programme
Jan 17, 2012 Gitanjali Gems sponsored the meals and gifts for a two days program which works towards up liftmen of underprivileged children through teaching, interacting and bonding with the support of NGOs.
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Mid-day meals nourish 1.2m underprivileged children
Apr 30, 2012 Government of India's flagship project, 'Mid-day meals' continues to nourish more and more underprivileged children, now benefiting approximately 12,00,000 children in India. This is in view of a recent 'Hunger and Malnutrition' survey that puts the number of malnourished children in the country at 42 per cent.
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SHGs help combat iodine deficiency disorder
Nov 30, 2007 Small salt producers in the Indian western state of Rajasthan are partnering NGOs and the government in the campaign against iodine deficiency disorders. According to the WFP, Nawa now produces iodised salt as per the national standard.
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SHGs promote iodised salt in western India
Feb 25, 2009 International experts from the Network for Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency recently visited Rajasthan to step up efforts for controlling malnutrition in the country. They appreciated a local project in the region which ensures the supply of quality iodised salt through self-help groups.
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A tech savvy lunch for India's children
Mar 18, 2011 The Akshaya Patra Foundation's automated kitchens are doling out mid-day meals to over a million school children each day in India. Working in partnership with the government in eight states, the NGO's innovative lunch model has been noted for its quality, time and cost management.
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Big B urged to disassociate himself from Horlicks
Jun 12, 2018 Indian think tank NAPi has expressed shock over Amitabh Bachchan, who is a celebrity of the millennium, supporting brand building of ‘Horlicks’ which is a sugary product.
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New technologies offer hope to hungry
Jan 22, 2009 Food insecurity, famine and malnutrition continue to blight the lives of millions. But thanks to new technologies being developed and tested in a central Indian state, people from the most vulnerable sections now have an opportunity to feed themselves and their families, writes World Health Organisation Executive Director Josette Sheenan.
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Child nutrition: Whose priority is it?
Sep 11, 2010 "India should be as obsessed with child growth as it is with economic growth", says Lawrence Haddad, IDS. In this interview with OneWorld South Asia, he cites reasons for India's shocking malnutrition rate.
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