Improving Nutrition in Tripura: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 2016

Tripura, situated in the north-east of India, accounts for 0.3 percent of the area of the country and includes 8 districts (Government of Tripura 2017). The state is home to more than 3 million people (0.3 percent of the population of India) of which 87.8 percent is literate (Census of India 2011). Tripura has a >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in Madhya Pradesh: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 2016

Madhya Pradesh is situated in central India, and currently comprises of 51 districts. It is the second largest state in India with an area of 308,000 square kilometers. As of 2011, it has a population of 72.6 million people (Madhya Pradesh State Government 2017). The state has 27.6 percent of its population living in urban >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in Goa: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 2016

Goa, situated in the western coastal region of India, is a small state comprising of only two districts. It is the fourth smallest state in India by population and has the highest proportion of urban population (62.2 percent). As of 2011, only 5 percent of Goa’s population lives below poverty line (BPL), thus making it >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in Arunachal Pradesh: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 2016

Arunachal Pradesh, situated in the north-east of India, accounts for 2.5 percent of the area of the country and includes 21 districts (Government of Arunachal Pradesh 2017). The state is home to more than 1 million people (0.08 percent of the population of India) of which 65.4 percent is literate (Census of India 2011). Arunachal >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in Haryana: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 2016

Haryana was established as a separate state in 1966. It has 2% of the country’s population on 1.37% of the total geographic area (Census of India 2011). It is one of the most prosperous states in India with one of the highest per capita incomes. Haryana currently consists of 22 districts, and is situated in >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in Rajasthan: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 2016

Rajasthan, situated in the north-western part of India, accounts for 10.4 percent of the area of the country and includes 33 districts (Government of Rajasthan 2017). Rajasthan is home to more than 68 million people (6 percent of the population of India), of which 66.11 percent are literate (Census of India 2011). The state has >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in Karnataka: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 2016

Karnataka, situated in the south-western region of India, comprises 30 districts, 176 sub-districts, 29,340 villages and 347 towns (Census of India 2011). As of 2011, it is the ninth largest state in India by population and accounts for 5.05 percent of the country’s population. More than one fourth of workers in the state are agricultural >> Read more