Nourish to Flourish:
INDIA SPENDS 4.5%OF GDP ON HEALTH STILL
42.5% CHILDREN IN INDIA SUFFERS FROM MALNUTRITION
 Prevalence of underweight chil...
SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM
The multi-
stakeholder
platform
Works to align and
coordinate action
across sectors.
Women’s Empow...
SPECIFIC ACTIONS FOR NUTRITION
 Feeding Practices & Behaviors:
Encouraging exclusive breastfeeding up to
6 months of age ...
NUTRITION-SENSITIVE STRATEGIES
-Education & Health
In community:
 Giving practical and informational
training about : Nut...
IMPROVING AGRICULTURE
Dealing land
disputes
• Reducing defragmentation of land by security of
property rights.
• making co...
SURVEILLANCE
Ensure transparency
• Introducing GPS system in vehicles carrying food grains to
track on the trucks transpor...
OTHER AREAS TO IMPROVE:
Employment
• Promoting their culture and giving them source
of employment through it.
Awareness
Ab...
ORGANIZATIONAL SETUP FOR THE INITIATIVE
Chief controller
IT Team (to create
employment opportunity)
Recruitment Team
Media...
FUNDINGREQURIED
Organizational cost (4
core per annum
approx )
Chief controller
Central teams
Regional teams
Logistic cost...
CHALLENGES MITIGATION
 Lack of family interest in
community based programme.
 Lack of social pressure in
nutrition advoc...
REFERENCES
1. World bank
2. Cenus of India
3. World health organisation of India
4. Publication by ideas for India
5. Plan...
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  1. 1. Nourish to Flourish:
  2. 2. INDIA SPENDS 4.5%OF GDP ON HEALTH STILL 42.5% CHILDREN IN INDIA SUFFERS FROM MALNUTRITION  Prevalence of underweight children in India is among the highest in the world double than Sub-Saharan Africa  Madhya Pradesh has highest population suffering from malnutrition
  3. 3. SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM The multi- stakeholder platform Works to align and coordinate action across sectors. Women’s Empowerment & Employment Health Development & Poverty Reduction Agriculture Education Social Protection strengthen political structure Improve Socio-political discrimination Improve PDS Eradicate Gender inequality
  4. 4. SPECIFIC ACTIONS FOR NUTRITION  Feeding Practices & Behaviors: Encouraging exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months of age and continued breastfeeding with appropriate and nutritious food up to 2 years of age and beyond .  Antenatal and prenatal care of mother .  Fortification of foods: Enabling access to nutrients through incorporating them into foods.  Preventing food adulteration. Micronutrient supplementation:  Direct provision of extra nutrients. Treatment of acute malnutrition:  Enabling persons with moderate and severe malnutrition to access effective treatment.
  5. 5. NUTRITION-SENSITIVE STRATEGIES -Education & Health In community:  Giving practical and informational training about : Nutrition, Breast feeding , Good hygiene, Family planning etc.  Promoting community based projects with strict monitoring.  Part from providing rice and wheat introduce other supplements of nutrition (pulses, oilseeds, fruits and vegetables.  State should priorities health schemes especially concerning to small children eg: ICDS(Intregrated child development scheme).  Conduct nutrition training in agriculture , commerce and planning sector.  Nutrition as a subject in primary and secondary schools In curriculum..  Nutrition professional education with training medical and paramedical colleges.  Provision to compel doctors and other health personnel to serve remote areas.  Increase the number of doctors , nurses and health workers to handle 1.27 billion population of INDIA. In curriculum:
  6. 6. IMPROVING AGRICULTURE Dealing land disputes • Reducing defragmentation of land by security of property rights. • making conflict management committee . • Capacity building with local and regional farmers. Strengthen of existing programmes • Strengthening farm credits. • Crop Insurance programmes. Improve agricultural practice • Adopt improved cultivation practices. • Promoting biofortification. • Improve post harvest management. • Increase cultivation of traditional crops eg: legumes,pulses,roots etc.
  7. 7. SURVEILLANCE Ensure transparency • Introducing GPS system in vehicles carrying food grains to track on the trucks transporting food grains. • Introduction of coupon system: where beneferies are provided with coupon bearing barcode . Implementation of Right to Public Services by introduction of technology • A interactive voice response system where citizen can call a helpline and get clarification regarding their entitlements and services. • use of a service delivery monitoring software. • Software to register complaint and automatically generating 3 SMS to the concerned department. Make citizen charater • Aware the public about it to demine the accountability of government.
  8. 8. OTHER AREAS TO IMPROVE: Employment • Promoting their culture and giving them source of employment through it. Awareness About : Malnutrition and methods to prevent it, various welfare schemes, human rights, girl upliftment, etc Through street play, puppet shows, radio, cable T.V, handbills, logo, media , internet etc. After passing of food security bill and introduction of awareness campaign against malnutrition by WCD with other welfare schemes and programme has done a lot in this area but many primary problems are in dire need to tackle so that malnutrition can be eradicated from the root s of the country.
  9. 9. ORGANIZATIONAL SETUP FOR THE INITIATIVE Chief controller IT Team (to create employment opportunity) Recruitment Team Media Co-ordination Team( coordination between the intersectoral departments) Finance Team Curriculum Team ( experts of various fields e.g.: cultural expert, health, tourism etc.) •Regional organization works under chief controller team . •One Regional controller for each of 100 regional and district centers identified for imparting of vocational training. •He/she will be supported by a venue volunteer, co-ordination volunteer, Trainee groups and local NGO
  10. 10. FUNDINGREQURIED Organizational cost (4 core per annum approx ) Chief controller Central teams Regional teams Logistic cost (40 lakh per annum approx) Transportation cost Establishment cost Technology cost (1crore per annum approx)
  11. 11. CHALLENGES MITIGATION  Lack of family interest in community based programme.  Lack of social pressure in nutrition advocacy  limited availability of qualified personnel in rural areas to adequately address the problem.  Cross sectoral coordination complexity.  Availability of financial resources  coordination and scaling of the public distribution programme with the local NGOs, health and nutrition officers at municipal and regional levels
  12. 12. REFERENCES 1. World bank 2. Cenus of India 3. World health organisation of India 4. Publication by ideas for India 5. Planning commission report 6. BBC News 1. Census of India 2. World health organization 3. Publication by Ideas for India 4. Planning commission report 5. BBC News 6. Ministry of women & child development(WCD) 7. Public distribution system of INDIA 8. Credit for photos: bbc.co.uk, the guardian, chowrangi.pk REFERENCES

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