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Title: India’s nutrition crisis has widened during the pandemic - especially for women and children
Authors: Mohan, Deepanshu
Shah, Vanshika
Singh, Advaita
Keywords: Food grains
Welfare programmes.
Malnutrition crisis
Issue Date: 27-Jun-2021
Publisher: Scroll.in
Citation: Mohan, D., Shah, V. and Singh, A. (June 27, 2021). India’s nutrition crisis has widened during the pandemic - especially for women and children. Scroll.in
Abstract: The focus is on providing food grains to the very poor as against supporting that with more funding for existing nutrition-focussed welfare programmes.
URI: https://scroll.in/article/998589/indias-nutrition-crisis-has-widened-during-the-pandemic-especially-for-women-and-children?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+scroll_in+%28Scroll.in+-+News+that+matters%29
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