Improving Nutrition in Manipur: Insights from Examining Trends in Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions between 2006 and 201

Manipur is located in North Eastern India, and shares its border with Myanmar. The state has an area of 22,327 square kilometers and a population of 2.72 million people (Government of Manipur 2017). Manipur is currently divided into 16 administrative districts. The literacy rate of the state is 76.94 percent, and the sex ratio is >> Read more

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

Nagaland, situated in the north-east of India, accounts for 0.5 percent of the area of the country and includes 11 districts (Government of Nagaland 2017). The state is home to close to 2 million people (0.2 percent of the population of India) of which 79.5 percent are literate (Census of India 2011). Nagaland has a >> Read more

Improving nutrition in Himachal Pradesh: Insights from examining trends in outcomes, determinants and interventions between 2006 and 2016

Himachal Pradesh is a north Indian state, situated in the Himalayan mountain range. It is home to 6.8 million people, and has a population density of 123 people per square kilometer. The sex ratio of the state is 972 females per 1000 males (Census of India 2011). The adult literacy rate in the state is >> Read more

Improving nutrition in Meghalaya: Insights from examining trends in outcomes, determinants and interventions between 2006 and 2016

Meghalaya, situated in the north-east of India, is a part of the eastern sub-Himalayan belt. It accounts for 0.68 percent of the area of the country and includes 11 districts (Government of Meghalaya 2017). The state, largely agricultural, is home to close to 3 million people (0.2 percent of the population of India) of which >> Read more

Improving nutrition in Jammu & Kashmir: Insights from examining trends in outcomes, determinants and interventions between 2006 and 2016

Jammu & Kashmir, situated in the northern part of India, mostly mountainous, accounts for 6.7 percent of the area of the country and includes 22 districts (Government of Jammu & Kashmir 2017). The district of Leh is the largest, occupying more than half of the area of the state. The state shares international borders with >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in Telangana: Insights from the Current Status of Outcomes, Determinants and Interventions in 2016

Telangana, the 29th state of India was formed on the 2nd of June 2014. The state has an area of 112,077 square kilometers and has a population of 35.19 million. Telangana comprises of 31 districts, 68 revenue divisions and 8778 gram panchayats. The sex ratio is 988 women per 1000 men and the literacy rate >> Read more

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

Mizoram is situated in the hills of north east, flanked by Bangladesh on the west and Myanmar on the east and south. The state is spread across an area of 21,087 square km and is divided into eight districts and 26 blocks. As of 2011, Mizoram had a population of over one million (1,091,014) and >> Read more