Food and Nutrition Security/ Mid Day Meal Scheme/ ICDS/ PDS

Tackling malnutrition in times of COVID-19: How Odisha managed this juggling act -Amar Patnaik

-Firstpost.com While Odisha was being considerably ranked low in many indices at the national level, the most important feature of the state government during the current time has been the dynamic and evolving governance structure India is home to half of the wasted children (those with a...

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Chhattisgarh reopens its anganwadis to provide daily hot nutritious meals -Sarah Khan

-GaonConnection.com Chhattisgarh has become the first state in the country to reopen its anganwadi centres amid the COVID-19 to offer health and nutrition services to kids and women After remaining shut for almost half a year, 55,000 anganwadis in Chhattisgarh reopened yesterday on September 7 to provide...

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Odisha set to introduce locally produced millets into ICDS, PDS -Chinmayi Shalya

-Down to Earth Keonjhar district will introduce ragi for pre-school meals through DMF funds from July Locally cultivated ragi will be part of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) scheme for the first time in Odisha, with Keonjhar district introducing it as part of the pre-school meal...

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1,600 kg aata, 1,200 kg rice daily — how Delhi’s Bangla Sahib Gurdwara is feeding 75k people -Bismee Taskin and Manisha Mondal

-ThePrint.in Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management says the number of people they feed has increased since it first began distributing food after the nationwide lockdown. New Delhi: The Bangla Sahib Gurdwara in the heart of Delhi has seldom let any hungry visitor go without food. With the pandemic...

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Coronavirus in India: In 13 states, NGOs fed more people than govt did during lockdown -Mukesh Rawat

-IndiaToday.in 84.26 lakh people have been provided meals across the country during the lockdown, of which nearly 37% people were fed by NGOs. In Gujarat, NGOs fed 93% of the people who were provided meals, while in Andhra the figure was 92%. New Delhi: Non-governmental organisations (NGOs)...

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