Rising India Leaves Poorest Children Behind To Starve

Carey, Dorothy
August 2009
Nutridate;Aug2009, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p6
The article focuses on the issue of child malnutrition in India. According to the author, despite the fact that India is becoming an economic and political superpower, it is also a country where 230 million people go hungry. The U.S. International Food Policy Research Institute says almost 20 per cent of India's population is "food insecure."


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