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An assessment of data sources to track progress toward global nutrition targets in India

By Aparna John and Aparna http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8910-8231 John

Abstract

Data are essential both to understand the level of malnutrition in a country and to develop strategies to address it. Reliable and recent data are important, as are data that can be compared over time to assess whether strategies are yielding results. Finally, having data available at relevant geographic or administrative units for policy decisions is also critical.Non-PRIFPRI1; POSHAN; CRP4SAO; PHND; A4NHCGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH

Topics: INDIA; SOUTH ASIA; ASIA, nutrition; technology; nutrition policies; indicators
Publisher: New Delhi, India
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:ebrary.ifpri.org:p15738coll2/129722
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