Pharos Global Health, Tata Trusts Experts Examine India’s Take-Home Rations Program For Child, Maternal Nutrition

Brookings Institution’s “Future Development”: How India can improve its Take-Home Rations program to boost child and maternal nutrition
In this guest post, Ryan Schwarz, senior program officer at Pharos Global Health Advisors and instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and colleagues from Pharos and Tata Trusts discuss efforts to improve nutrition in India, particularly its Take-Home Rations scheme, which aims to provide children as well as pregnant and lactating women with fortified supplementary food products for home use (10/1).

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