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‘Smart nutrition villages’ to integrate child health and agriculture in Madhya Pradesh

by Futures Centre, Aug 2
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The central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh is developing plans to integrate child nutritional goals with local agriculture to overcome malnutrition.

The plans are proposed by Archana Chitnis, minister of the Woman and Child Development department (WCD). She has urged the department of agriculture to help develop an integrated nutrients management system in association with Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) farming training and development schemes.

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