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Nutrition In The News: Sharp Diagnoses And Converging Policy Instruments

“Sharpness in the diagnosis is important, as is sharpness in bringing together policy instruments that address those determinants. I believe this is now doable in India because the data is available to do this district by district.”

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Nutrition In the News: Hygiene Matters

To sustain these important nutritional benefits, interventions must incorporate attention to hygiene behaviours, particularly those that prevent harmful faecal pathogens from entering children’s bodies, and depleting and diverting nutrients essential for physical and cognitive growth

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Nutrition In The News: Gender Matters

BW Sustainability’s Neeta Misra Speaks with Sonali Khan of Sesame Workshop India on their work in India, nutrition, missing children and why gender matters

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Bihar: The Paradoxes Of Innovation And Malnutrition

There must be strong accountability for quality implementation and as we learnt in the cases of polio, routine immunization or vitamin-A programs in Bihar, what gets reviewed with strategic use of data specially at the district level gets implemented well at the grass root level.

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New MSC Report Holds Certification Responsible For Spearheading Sustainable Fishing

MSC report presents governments, industry and NGOs with evidence for credible certification as a powerful tool to catalyse and secure improvements in marine fisheries

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Going To The Ground On Nutrition

The Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 fully endorsed and included these nutrition targets as part of the SDGs

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Tata Trusts: Why We Work On Nutrition

Improving nutrition also forms part of the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by countries to be achieved by 2030

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Failing Farmers on access to Financial Services

A major barrier to access to bank accounts and loans is the inability of marginal, landless labourers and women to procure evidence of cultivation of their farm land to avail loans

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