Malnutrition in India: Community-led action is ensuring infants, children win the fight against acute malnutrition
A feasible model of community-led CMAM practises for kids can be an excellent weapon in the fight against acute malnutrition.
The face of malnutrition today is complex. More children are surviving birth and early childhood but most are not thriving.
On World Poverty Day today, we look at hunger: one of the most devastating and long-lasting effects of poverty on the Indian population.
The Unfinished Agenda (Modi 1.0): National Nutrition Mission, POSHAN Month and the future of nutrition in India
The POSHAN Abhiyaan is a strategy for addressing India's malnutrition by focusing on under-nutrition by adopting a life-cycle approach.
In India, the share of malnutrition in under-5 mortality continues to be high – it has only come down from 70.4% in 1990 to 68.2% in 2017.
Poshan Abhiyaan was launched last year by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to affirm the government’s commitment towards eradicating all forms of malnutrition.