Global Nutrition Report 2018 (Factors Responsible (women’s low BMI - 19%,…
Global Nutrition Report 2018
World Health Organisation
Stunted under five -
wasted under five -
Central Indian districts stunting levels -
Northern Indian districts stunting levels -
Southern Indian districts stunting levels -
the highest number of children who are ‘
Integrated Child Development under Anganwadi Services Scheme caters to children up to age six and to pregnant and lactating mothers.
of packaged foods available to children were rated being healthy based on overall energy salt sugar and saturated fat, vegetables, fruit, protein, fibre, calcium.
Economic Survey 2017-18 put social services spending at 6.6% of GDP from 5.8% of previous year.
women’s low BMI - 19%
Age at marriage - 7%
maternal education - 12%
Antenatal care - 6%
Children’s diets - 9%
assets - 7%
open defecation - 7%
household size - 5%
India has the highest number of
’ children in the world (nearly
of all stunted).
One third of all women of reproductive age have anaemia.
adults are overweight or obese (women having higher prevalence)
The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
had used district-level aggregate data from the 2015-2016 National and Family Health Survey (NFHS) in India along with the data from UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Group: Joint child malnutrition estimates, NCD Risk Factor Collaboration, WHO Global Health Observatory.