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FMCH India Jun 20
It’s dissemination day! We gather here today to look at what has been achieved by five non profits in the past three years through Urban Nutrition Initiative in urban Maharashtra , Vachan, ISSUE, AAAS, ICDS, RJNM
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SNEHAMUMBAI Jun 20
For better health outcomes in informal settlements in urban areas, iron deficiency needs to be tackled among adolescents. Read more:
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SNEHAMUMBAI Jun 20
Government to create a census of 20 lakh healthcare facilities by September via
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Dasra Jun 18
We're now accepting applications for Cohort 18-19.The Leadership Program helps leaders understand their management style, reflect on their vision for the organization, share their personal journey and build a community of leaders!To know more,visit:
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FMCH India Jun 18
Why talk about nutrition from the perspective of ‘Jan Andolan’? It’s going to be two interesting days of learning
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FMCH India Jun 2
This initiative is a first of it's kind in many ways. Inclusion of First 1000 Days within an existing system and many non-profits working in congruence. We are proud of all the blood (well almost) sweat and tears that...
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Piyasree Mukherjee May 24
At FMCH we focus on ensuring timely introduction and adequate amount of complimentary foods through hands-on sessions in communities
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Piyasree Mukherjee May 15
This seems to be an interesting approach to enhance micronutrients intake among vulnerable communities. Look forward to their findings and recommendations
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Piyasree Mukherjee May 7
Great job ! You guys are such rockstars!
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FMCH India May 7
Apparently there is need for ‘immediate medical attention’ Why can’t there be a directive to work on prevention of malnutrition we wonder is betterthancure via
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Piyasree Mukherjee May 5
Let the children eat: Why tinkering with a child’s main source of nourishment is unhealthy
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Purnima Menon Apr 15
Weighing will detect malnutrition but what follows the growth monitoring is what matters - counseling, ensuring food supplements are received, follow up, referral. Measurement is useful but absolutely not enough to solve the problem at hand.
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Dr Arun Gupta Apr 16
Well said hope governments are wiser as we move ahead with so much evidence. Hard though because of influence . Can we expect similar responses in INDIA ?
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Piyasree Mukherjee Mar 28
Does increase in demand have a direct impact on quality of supply?
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FMCH India Mar 27
Great kickstart of the day with a workshop on “Community Action for Nutrition Rights” in Delhi today. Big thanks to Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation & Nutrition Rights Coalition for organising this
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NutritionIntl Mar 17
If mothers had access to quality & comprehensive , the number of childbirth related deaths around the world would decrease. Access to healthcare is 🔑
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Piyasree Mukherjee Mar 14
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Piyasree Mukherjee Mar 13
According to the study conducted by the in 2016-17 62% of all IT companies spent 100% of their CSR budget on supporting education. Glad the spend is 100% but will unhealthy children be able to make full use of education?
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Piyasree Mukherjee Mar 13
Here’s to a day of learning and sharing! CSR Leadership conference in Delhi
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Piyasree Mukherjee Mar 6
Anganwadi workers to monitor kids in 5 dists on malnutrition - Times of India via
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