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The implementation of key nutrition programmes in India is plagued by issues of lack of access and equity, bottlenecks in specific interventions, such as the quality of food supplements, low budget allocations, an overburdened machinery, and an overall lack of an enabling environment for delivery.
In Mapping Governance for Nutrition, we have tried to examine the different aspects of the nutrition delivery system from different pers. We have focused on nutrition specific interventions delivered through the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and the Ministry of Education.
Explore how all of these come together to deliver nutrition in the states of Rajasthan, Bihar, and Madhya Pradesh, using our Maps.
It also comes with a full resource library that houses the original source for all information cited in the maps, short quizzes to help you recap your learning, and ‘food for thought’ that will prompt you to think critically.
Mapping Governance currently gives you a broad view of how the nutrition services in India are governed, across different states. We know that government structures and processes change often. Some changes are small, while others are larger systemic overhauls. Keeping this in mind, Mapping Governance has been conceptualised as a dynamic platform that will be revisited and updated at regular intervals to keep the resources abreast with the latest developments. You, too, can contribute to this. Write to us with the latest insights from the field that you are noticing.
More sectors and states will be added in the future.
If you are interested in learning more about a particular state or sector, write to us at ‘[email protected]’