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Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food
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Micronutrient initiative of India: Policy considerations and contribution of animal source food

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Presented by Purvi Mehta at the Micronutrient Initiative: A Silent Solution to Hidden Hunger Workshop, NDRI, Kernal, India, 24 January 2014 …

Presented by Purvi Mehta at the Micronutrient Initiative: A Silent Solution to Hidden Hunger Workshop, NDRI, Kernal, India, 24 January 2014


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  • Despite 70% increase in population in 30 years
  • When applicable International commodity prices are used, to calculate the total value of each commodity produced by each country and subsequently used in the ranking of commodities and countries. They are applied in order to avoid the use of exchange rates for obtaining continental and world aggregates, and also to improve and facilitate international comparative analysis of productivity at the national level.
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  • A quick overview of where we are and some thoughts on where we should go- I would like to flag some key opportunities in terms our investments in research, establishing new partnerships and also some resource mobilizing opportunities.
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    • 1. Micronutrient Initiative of India: Policy considerations and Contribution of Animal Source Food Purvi Mehta Micronutrient Initiative: A silent solution to hidden hunger, NDRI, Kernal, India, 24 January 2014
    • 2. World : At a cross roads of too little and too much  Annual world food production can provide 2720 Kilo cal. per day/per person to all  World agriculture produces 17% more calories than it did 30 years ago.
    • 3. World : At a cross roads of too little and too much  Annual world food production can provide 2720 Kilo cal. per day/per person to all  World agriculture produces 17% more calories than it did 30 years ago.  100-140 million children Vitamin A deficient  30% world’s population anaemic  Iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) affect 740 million people Over fed and Under fed populations
    • 4. Problem is beyond food production..  Quality of food (Nutrients enhanced, biofortified, safe)  Distribution and access  Adequate policies (focusing on, not just food but nutrition security)  Leveraging agriculture to address, - Protein-energy malnutrition - Micronutrient deficiencies
    • 5. How can livestock sector help? ILRI Spearheading a New Way Forward
    • 6. Four out of the five highest value global commodities are livestock 6 Source: FAOSTAT, 2010 data
    • 7. Animal source foods and global diets % calories from ASF/Day 25 20 15 10 5 0 SEA China SA SSA High Income Countries FAO 2012
    • 8. FAO: 2009 8
    • 9. Micronutrients Provided by ASF Vitamin A Iron Zinc Calcium Riboflavin Vitamin B12 • Livelihood to 1.3 Billion • Important asset for women • Risk mitigation Health • Provide 58 million tonnes of protein annually • 17% of the global kilocalories Poverty Alleviation Nutrition Livestock’s Many Virtues • • • • • Zoonosis Malnutrition Obesity Soil health: 14% N, 9% P and 40% K inputs to global crop production
    • 10. Consultative Group of International Agriculture Research
    • 11. ILRI • A CGIAR centre dedicated to livestock research • Two principle campuses- Nairobi and Addis Ababa • Over 700 people, 46 nationalities Production Animal Health Biotechnology Productiv ity Climate change Access Environment Markets NRM Rangeland deve. Gender Policy
    • 12. Agriculture for Improved Nutrition & Health CGIAR Research Program 4 IFPRI ILRI BIOVERSITY CIAT CIMMYT CIP ICARDA ICRAF ICRISAT IITA IWMI WORLD FISH
    • 13. 4 Themes 1. Leveraging value chains for nutrition 2. Biofortification of staple crops 3. Agricultural associated diseases 4. Evaluating nutrition outcomes in programs
    • 14. Approach: Solution-driven R4D to achieve impact Dairy Value Chain Development Through CRP Consumers Major intervention with development partners Value chain development team + research partners Strategic CRP 3.7 Cross-cutting Platforms • Technology Generation • Market Innovation • Targeting & Impact INTERVENTIONS TO SCALE OUT REGIONALLY GLOBAL RESEARCH PUBLIC GOODS
    • 15. Key Policy Needs  Need for cross sectorial collaboration: Health, Agriculture, Environment, Trade, Education  Quantity and quality (food and nutrition security)  Value chain approach  Economic data (eg. Impact of price volatility on nutritional status)  Resource Allocation
    • 16. Micronutrition security for India: Need multiple partners, multiple approaches and a collective voice.
    • 17. Thank You

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