TEDxDelhi – Gathering Data on Malnutrition in India

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https://www.krittersuppliesnz.com/42818-accutane-price-canada.html Kumar is the founding CEO Naandi Foundation, an organization devoted to the eradication of poverty in India.

http://mail.dogartists.co.uk/91443-buy-zithromax.html In an effort to combat hunger, Naandi set out to start gathering data about the lives of people at risk for malnutrition. However, his organization found that many people didn’t even understand the concept of malnutrition:

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application rencontre android The lack of awareness about how a malnourished child would look like was something that we weren’t really prepared for.

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    Now, members of National Advisory Council, Aruna Roy , Jean Dreze and Harsh Mander were a bit skeptical.

    So they went to the market and managed to buy with Rs.20 :

     one small aluminum spoon

     25 grams of dal

     Half a slice of bread

     Some washing powder

     A torn piece of cloth

    Then presented the packet ( obviously without gift wrapping ! ) to Montek Singh – who was not amused !

    All the while, TV Channels were busy reporting on Lokpal Bill.

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