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RAHI Khichdi Mix Targets Hunger And Nutrition Of Millions Amid COVID

Aug 09, 2020 Lola Nayar

Rise Against Hunger India (RAHI) has served over 2.5 million meals to vulnerable groups in 38 districts across 9 states in the country worst hit by COVID and subsequent lockdown. Dola Mohapatra, Executive Director, RAHI, tells LoLa Nayar that nearly 85% of the ready-to-cook meals were provided to the migrant population.

A Skilling Program For Food Processing To Help India Prosper

Jul 30, 2020 Lola Nayar

While India is a top producer of several farm products, it still lags behind its neighbours such as Thailand and Vietnam in the area of food processing.


As India Grows Economically, Pulses Production and Consumption Is Bound To Increase, Says NAFED Chief

Feb 10, 2020 Charupadma Pati

Sanjiv Kumar Chadha, Managing Director, National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd (NAFED) in a conversation with Outlook Poshan’s Charupadma Pati, talks about how government schemes over the last five years has incentivized farmers to improve pulses production in the country and enabled more people to consume protein-rich diet


Millets Gaining Ground As Healthy Options For Those Suffering From Lifestyle Diseases

Awareness about the benefits of these healthy grains is creating a situation where demand is increasing almost every year by 20% to 22%, says Dr Vilas A. Tonapi, Director, ICAR — Indian Institute of Millets Research, Hyderabad, in an interview to Lola Nayar. Excerpts…


19 December, 2019

“We Have To Be Monomaniacs On A Mission:” Lawrence Haddad

Why Everyone Needs To Come Together And Act Now To Overcome Malnutrition And Meet The Sustainable Development Goals Of 2030







25 September, 2019

Sustainability Makes Good Business Sense For Farmers: Dan Alluf

Syed Saad Ahmed

In conversation with MASHAV agriculture counsellor Dan Alluf about how Israel has harnessed technology to boost nutrition security and its collaborations with the Indian government and farmers


19 August, 2019

Dr Parmeet Kaur, Chief Dietitian, Dept of Dietetics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi

Charupadma Pati

An exclusive interview with Dr Parmeet Kaur, chief dietitian, Dept of Dietetics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi, on nutrition transition, wrong food choices and our health woes.


27 July, 2019

'Nutrition Now Plays A Key Role In Global Agenda'

Charupadma Pati

Dr Umesh Kapil is a professor of epidemiology at the Institute of Liver And Biliary Sciences, Delhi. He has been a professor of Public Health Nutrition at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi, earlier.


05 July, 2019

Video | Most People Don't See Nutrition As A Challenge

Outlook Web Bureau

What’s the biggest challenge that faces India today, we asked. They listed out everything, except those that should matter the most to them. A simple experiment by the Outlook Poshan team.


04 April, 2019

Through Our Nutrition Intervention Programme In Nandurbar, Amravati, We Are Investing In The Future: Reckitt Benckiser's Ravi Bhatnagar

Ranjana Narayan

As part of the programme, the company aims to reduce child stunting by 40 per cent and wasting by 95 percent in the 1,000 villages over five years.


26 March, 2019

Nutrition And Health Are Important Drivers Of Growth, Community Participation Key To Fighting Malnutrition: Dr Rajan Sankar Of Tata Trusts

Outlook Web Bureau

Sankar said that India needs multiple sectors to come together and play a role in the fight against malnutrition. “And corporates and businesses are one of the important pillars of any economy, and they too should play the role they can.”


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