In Uganda, conditions in reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) remain the primary drivers of morbidity and mortality, accounting for 60 percent of years of life lost.

The Rajya Sabha on February 02, 2024, issued the National Food Security (Amendment) Bill, 2024 to amend the National Food Security Act, 2013.

Primary health care is the best approach to ensure access to equitable health care at a much lower cost. It contributes to substantial reduction in the need for secondary and tertiary care. More importantly, primary health care prepares the health system and health workers as firstline responders for future emergencies.

Community-based management of acute malnutrition uses key strategies such as community mobilization and awareness, regular screening and identification of children, use of nutrient dense food, medical management, health, and nutritional counselling, regular follow-ups of children, regular monitoring and reporting, engagement of multiple stakehol

Climate hazards, including extreme heat, are associated with increased risks of developing complications that lead to adverse maternal and perinatal outcomes.

Across developing countries, women play an important role both as producers of major food crops and in improving household nutrition. This research paper aims to assess the effect of improving women's empowerment on the nutritional status of children in rural Burkina Faso.

More than 5,800 children and teenagers in Europe and Central Asia died in 2019 from causes related to air pollution. The vast majority – 85 per cent – died before their first birthday, the equivalent of 90 babies a week, according to a new data analysis featured in a policy brief published by UNICEF.

One of the hallmarks of India’s G20 presidency is inclusion of African Union (AU) as a permanent member of G20. The group may now be called G21. By bringing in AU in G21, India has ensured that the voice of Global South is put firmly upfront. AU comprises of 55 countries and 1.4 billion people on this planet.

This joint publication by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Food Programme (WFP) presents the state of school feeding programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) as of 2022.

After improving between 2000 and 2013, hunger levels have significantly worsened in Africa in the years since. While global food insecurity is currently at an all-time high, Africa's record in addressing undernutrition was not impressive even in the pre-pandemic era when growth rates were higher.