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  2. Maharashtra, one of India's richest States, is a classic case of a lack of development which is seen in its unacceptably high level of malnutrition among children in the tribal belts. While the State's per capita income has doubled since 2004 (the result of sustained high economic growth), its nutritional status has not made commensurate progress UBHODEEP


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  4. A comparison of nutrition indicators for children under five years, using the third and fourth rounds of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) 2015-2016 and 2005-06 stunting has declined from 46.3% to 34.4%, wasting rates have increased from 16.5% to 25.6%. Further, the underweight rate (36%) has remained static in the last 10 years. This is worse than in some of the world's poorest countries-Bangladesh (33%), Afghanistan (25%) or Mozambique (15%). Disproportionately affects the poorest segment of the population. UBHODEEP


  5. NFHS 2015-16, malnutrition due to chronic hunger. In 2005, child malnutrition claimed as many as 718 lives in Maharashtra's every second tribal child suffers from growth restricting Palghar district alone. Even after a decade of double digit economic growth (2004-05 to 2014- 15), Palghar's malnutrition status has barely improved. UBHODEEP


  6. Stunting is caused by an insufficient intake of macro- and micro- nutrients. It is generally accepted that recovery from growth retardation after two years is only possible if the affected child is put on a diet that is adequate in nutrient requirements A critical aspect of nutrient adequacy is diet diversity The eight food groups include: cereals, roots and tubers; legumes and nuts; dairy products; flesh foods; eggs, fish; dark green leafy vegetables; and other fruits and vegetables. S. UBHODEEP


  7. 83%-had a dietary diversity score of two and three, respectively, implying that they had had food from only two/three of the eight food groups In most households it was rice and dal which was cooked most often and eaten thrice a day. No milk, milk product or fruit in their daily diets. Only 17% of the children achieved a minimum level of diet diversity - they received four or more of the eight food groups. This low dietary diversity is a proxy indicator for the household's food security. UBHODEEP


  8. Such acute food insecurity in tribal households is due to a loss of their traditional dependence on forest livelihood and the State's deepening agrarian crisis Besides these, systemic issues and a weakening of public nutrition programmes have aggravated the problem. UBHODEEP


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