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‘We had nothing to give him’: the human cost of malnutrition in Maharashtraby Vidi Doshi
Two months after his second birthday, Vishwarnam Sawra died in his mother’s arms, one of thousands of young lives lost to malnutrition in the Indian state of Maharashtra after years of drought and withdrawal of state nutrition schemes.
The most valuable thing in Devganga Sawra’s hut is a memory card wrapped in lined notepaper and hidden in an earthen pot by the family shrine. The card, barely the size of his fingernail, has the only four images of his youngest son, Vishwarnam.
See full story at https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2017/jan/09/nothing-to-give-human-cost-malnutrition-maharashtra-india
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