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Open Letter to Amitabh Bachchan on his association with Horlicks #MissionPoshan

PL SIGN ONLINE PETITION HERE https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Amitabh_Bachchan_Amitabh_Bachchan_dissociate_with_Horlicks_MissionPoshan/share/?new Dear Sh. Amitabh Bachchan, We came to know about your association with recent campaign on undernutrition in India and truly appreciate your commitment for the cause. However, we are shocked to see that you are joining… Continue Reading →

Is the Private Sector Undermining Nutrition? Manipulation by Association

Manipulation by Association Is the Private Sector Undermining Nutrition? Vol – XLIX No. 30, July 26, 2014 | Arun Gupta, J P Dadhich, Navdeep Singh Khaira, and Radha Holla Much of India’s nutrition agenda is being driven by the private sector through public-private partnerships and… Continue Reading →

Barrier and Challenges for Maternal Health and Nutrition in tribal areas – Jharkhand

Since 2005, the Government of India has launched a series of initiatives like the Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) and JSSK to address high maternal mortality, and the SRS surveys over the last decade show that maternal mortality has been steadily… Continue Reading →

#India- Infants in West Bengal are “Referred to die” #healthcare

Author(s): Sayantan Bera , down to earth Infant deaths in West Bengal’s only super specialty hospital underscrore an urgent need to improve healthcare facilities in rural areas 63 per cent women in the state suffer from anaemia (Photo: Sayantan Bera) SUPER SPECIALTY… Continue Reading →

#India -2- child norm to Maternity Care, Nutritional Security Of Children #WTFnews #Coercion #illegal #health

Cap benefits, limit families, suggests panel Call To Dilute Govt Commitments To Maternity Care, Nutritional Security Of Children Draws Fire Nitin Sethi TNN , Jan 24, 2012 New Delhi: Should maternity benefits and nutritional support to children under government schemes… Continue Reading →

#India-The right to food security #mustread

BMJ 2012; 345 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.e8273 (Published 10 December 2012) Cite this as: BMJ 2012;345:e8273 Veena Shatrugna, formerly deputy director, National Institute of Nutrition1, R Srivatsan, senior fellow2 Author Affiliations [email protected] Communities must push back against global policy decisions that fuel Third World hunger The report from… Continue Reading →

Human rights are the best weapon to combat hunger, report says

A report by civil society groups says it is impossible to tackle the causes of hunger if existing power relations remain untouched Mark Tran guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 26 September 2012 09.56 BST An Indian boy eats food distributed by a charity outside… Continue Reading →

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