To realise the initiative’s goals, Solidaridad has partnered with esteemed public and private organisations.
Agriculture being the contributer of one fourth of India’s GDP, becomes one of the largest sources of livelihood in India. 70% of rural households still depend upon agriculture for their livelihood, where almost 80 % of the farmers are smallholders.
Even after being one of the leading agricultural producers in the world, India faces an acute malnutritional crisis. The worst-hit amongst its population are women and children. According to UNICEF, malnutrition causes 69% of death below the age of five in our country. Most of the children under the age of five are affected by micronutrient deficiencies.Read More
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