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18th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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  4. child left behind No child left behind How the deep state gamed the system To get good nutrition to all Indians, we need delivery models that are collaborative across domains S. UBHODEEP

  5. The urgency to address poor nutrition in India, especially among children, adolescent girls and women is compelling, and re-confirmed in virtually every survey from NFHS-4 in 2015-16 (the latest available information), to the Global Nutrition Report 2016 and the Global Hunger Index (GHI) 2017, which ranks India at 100 out of 119 countries, with a low overall score of 31.4 Among children less than 5 years, wasting (low weight for height), continues to be 21% in the 2017 index-it was 20% in 1992. .There has been a reduction in stunting (height for age)-from 61.9% in 1992 to 38.4% in 2017, reported in the GHI 2017. Mortality among children less than 5 years old has declined to around 5% from 11% during the same period, according to both the GHI and the NFHS UBHODEEP

  6. However, 25% of India's children less than 5 years old are still malnourished. Add to this the fact that 190.7 million people in India sleep hungry every night, and over half of adolescent girls and women are anaemic, and the conclusion is obvious despite a 7% compound annual growth rate over the last decade and the various programmes to improve nutrition, levels of under-nutrition are unacceptably higlh UBHODEEP

  7. No time to waste Need renewed emphasis to address the various forms of poor nutrition- stunted, wasted, anaemic and underweight children; anaemic girls and women, especially in the 15-49 age group The recently announced flagship program of the Ministry of Women and Child Development will be anchored through the National Nutrition Mission (NNM), or Poshan Abhiyaan, with its own specific budget of #9,046 crore and a proposed World Bank loan of $200 million, to ensure convergence among the various programmes of the government. UBHODEEP

  8. Additionally, NITI Aayog has worked on a National Nutrition Strategy (NNS), isolated the 100 most backward districts for stunting and prioritised those for interventions A cynical view would be that we have seen such declarations before after all, the special attention to nutrition was highlighted in 2008 when the Prime Minister's National Council on India's Nutrition Challenges was constituted. A detailed report, "Addressing India's Nutrition Challenges'", was submitted in 2010 by the Planning Commission, the convergence of an extensive and multi-sector consultation. But nothing changed significantly. UBHODEEP

  9. National Nutrition Strategy (NNS) has set very ambitious targets for 2022 and the Poshan Abhiyaan has also specified three-year targets to reduce stunting, under-nutrition and low birth weight by 2% each year reduce anaemia by 3% each year. UBHODEEP

  10. Need: optimistic view - exploring new models to address the structural and systemic issues on a priority basis Learning from what has worked or not Single-minded focus on implementation Initiatives like Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, where implemented, will contribute positively to nutrition outcomes, and well-structured public-private partnerships could be the catalyst. UBHODEEP

  11. d interventions over a period of time increased Multiple and sustaine availability and accessibility of nutritious food, potable water, hygiene and sanitation, primary health care, etc. Three priorities Re-engineer the ICDS, MDM and PDS for greater effectiveness. public-private partnerships as the strength of good private sector companies is in creating and designing frameworks, structures, processes and metrics for action, implementation and tracking. Eg. calorie and nutrition dense supplementary foods corporate social responsibility initiative. UBHODEEP