Climate change is likely to change the planet’s reality as we know it. The phenomenon is going to affect all aspects of human life, especially food availability. According to recent research, climate change is contributing to child malnourishment and is likely to worsen it in
Hunger and starvation across the world have ravaged mankind since the beginning. Half of the human population still suffers from it; over 820 million people are in the grasp of this debilitating crisis, with millions more under its threat owing to the current coronavirus pandemic.
Punjab Governor and Administrator of Chandigarh Union Territory, V P Singh Badnore, launched “Poshan on Wheels” on November 28. It includes two mobile Anganwadi vans which will be serving nutritious food to the children of construction workers. Badnore shared the highlights of the initiative through
Melghat, a hilly forest, is a difficult-to-reach tribal area in Amravati district of Maharashtra with the population of 300,000 scattered over 320 villages. The indigenous tribes are 75% of the total population in the area. The people in this backward region face various problems including