Health, Sanitation, Education

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UDYAMA is undertaking a continued programs  for women & children especially  food, nutrition & sanitation for improving livelihoods. UDYAMA collaborates & partners with local, PRIs, administration & international & inter-government organization to  carver out best solutions to maximize food & nutrition benefits.https://www.oneplanetnetwork.org/sustainable-food-systems/actors . Findings are that Food and nutrition insecurity is widespread in India. The Global Hunger Index has ranked India 97th out of 118 countries. An alarming70% of Indians do not consume enough vitamins and minerals and thus suffer from micronutrient deficiency. This “hidden hunger” is a serious health risk to all- across regions. The 2016 Global Nutrition Report of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) indicates that one of the high priorities of humankind should be ending malnutrition, because of its multiple adverse impact on human health and quality of life. Children are the worst victims and it is now realized that we should adopt a life cycle approach in terms of nutrition intake with special emphasis on the first thousand days in a child’s life.

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