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Women’s Collective Action for Combating Malnutrition:Strategies and Solutions


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India’s performance on the nutrition front in comparison to the neighbouring countries and other developed economies is quite disturbing. In order to meet the UNSDG goals (Table 1). India has to take serious measures for improving on its nutrition outcomes for all the vulnerable groups across all its states.
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Amtul Waris
ICAR- Indian Institute of Rice Research, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad (Telangana), India

Abstract


India’s performance on the nutrition front in comparison to the neighbouring countries and other developed economies is quite disturbing. In order to meet the UNSDG goals (Table 1). India has to take serious measures for improving on its nutrition outcomes for all the vulnerable groups across all its states.

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