India Health Report on Nutrition 2015 – Who’s talking about it?

Press

Press release (pdf)

 Press coverage

Invest in our girls - the Hindu

Is India Winning the Fight Against Childhood Malnutrition? – the Wall Street Journal, India

Splendid decade, but miles to go – The Hindu

Malnutrition in India not declining fast enough - onmanorama

India Health Report 2015 released: Key points you need to know- India Today

Malnutrition in India is declining faster than before - New Kerala

Malnutrition in India declining at a faster rate, but not enough to meet …- Financial Express

Malnutrition in India is declining faster than before, but below the global …- Punjab News Express

Malnutrition in India is declining faster than before - Business Standard

Indian Kids Continue To Be Under-Nourished: Health Minister - NDTV

Indian kids continue to be under-nourished: Nadda  - Times of India

Malnutrition in India is declining faster than before - Business Standard

Malnutrition in India is declining faster than before- Big News Network.com

40% of world’s stunted children are in India–Global Nutrition Report 2015 - TheHealthSite

Women fare badly in health report - India Today

Malnutrition in India declining faster, but not fast enough to meet global … - NetIndian

India struggling to cut malnutrition rates: reports - The Hindu

Over half of Indian women aged 15-49 are anaemic, report finds - Daily Mail

4 out of 10 kids stunted - Calcutta Telegraph

Malnutrition down, but not enough - Times of India

Stunting in children declined in past decade: Report - Business Standard

39 per cent kids below 5 years are stunted - The Asian Age

Indian kids continue to be under-nourished: Nadda - New Kerala

New nutrition report underscores the importance of leadership in addressing … - Economic Times (blog)

Blogs

The role of the media in strengthening uptake of nutrition evidence – Neha Raykar and Kavita Chauhan, PHFI

 “Make in India” cannot happen if the children ‘made in India’ are stunted, wasted and underweight – Lawrence Haddad, Development Horizons

Advocacy essential, but now we need long-term investments to drive nutrition change on the ground in India – Uma Lele, Development Horizons

Reflections on the GNR and IHR 2015 launch in India -Rasmi Avula, IFPRI

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