India Not On Track To Reach 2025 Nutrition Targets Or Achieve Zero Hunger By 2030

by Swagata Yadavar

Photo: Mother and child at nutrition rehabilitation centre in Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh. 50.9% of children under 5 are stunted in Chitrakoot as compared to 38.4% nationally. [Swagata Vadavar/IndiaSpend]

Increased food security and access has led to fewer malnourished and anaemic Indians in 2017 than in the preceding decade, but India needs to do much more to meet its nutrition goals, the 2018 Global Nutrition Report (GNR 2018) has shown

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