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Take-Home Rations: A route to nutrition security

On August 28, 2020, Times of India published “Take-Home Rations: A route to nutrition security” by Dr. Rajan Sankar of TINI Tata Trusts (read the more about Dr Rajan Sankar here) and Kalpana Beesabathuni, Sight and Life’s Global Lead for Technology and Entrepreneurship. The full article can be read  here.

Exchange in Behavior Change

One of the most often expressed grievances related to the COVID-19 pandemic has been around wearing face masks. Everyone is made aware of its importance when stepping out. We can thank the hundreds of videos, posters (digital and offline), social media content, and articles on the subject. Not wearing a face mask outside today could mean instant scrutiny, even mockery or humiliation. Sometimes I wonder how many wear face masks to protect their health and that of others, and how many wear face masks because ‘everybody else is doing it’ or it is ‘cool’ or ‘popular’ or ‘this one is branded and oh so pretty’. Of course, this is not to say there is only one motivation at play here, or that one is better than the other. It just is an excellent example of how simple awareness-raising of the health benefits is not enough – motivation comes from a combination of individual and social factors as well as knowledge.  

Five-step plan to prevent an impending nutrition famine during COVID-19 in India

India’s isolation measures in response to COVID-19 are having a far-reaching impact and is among one of the largest initiatives globally to impose strict limitations on its 1.3 billion citizens. People with pre-existing vulnerabilities, marginalized communities, pregnant and lactating women (PLW), daily wage earners, migrant workers, and the elderly have been the hardest hit as the protective measures disrupt the economy.

Spotlight: Gratitude to frontline workers at the time of coronavirus

At nearly six months pregnant, Vidyarani learned that her neighborhood anganwadi center was closing due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) control measures. She depends on the anganwadi for a daily hot cooked meal to feed herself and her two-year-old daughter. Adding to her growing concerns, the lockdown caused her husband to lose his job. 

An Eye-Opening Research Experience through India

Hello, my name is Shannon King and I am working with Sight and Life as an intern while completing my Masters of Science in Public Health with a focus in human nutrition at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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