Internal Validity and Reliability of Experience-Based Household Food Security Scales: Evidence from India

At the household-level, food insecurity refers to the inability of a household to acquire or consume adequate quantity and quality of food as a result of inadequate food supplies or lack of resources. As the severity of food insecurity increases, steps taken to cope with it also become intense (e.g., progressing from consuming a less >> Read more

Discussion Paper: The Operational Evidence Base for Delivering Direct Nutrition Interventions in India

This Discussion Paper features results of a desk review (1) to document the extent to which national and civil society/NGO programs in India reflect current technical recommendations for nutrition and (2) assess the operational evidence base for implementing essential interventions for nutrition in the Indian context. A team from IFPRI reviewed the designs of two >> Read more