To reduce undernutrition in India, significant reform in public policy interventions is required. An increase in economic growth and a declining poverty rate have not translated into an equivalent decline in undernutrition.
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River-based cage aquaculture of tilapia in Northern Thailand : sustainability of rearing and business practices
Whereas most studies of cage culture have been carried out in ponds, lakes or reservoirs, cage-based aquaculture in rivers and other public water bodies raises issues of natural resource management that are closer to fisheries management than aquaPublished dateMonday, September 2, 2013 - 00:00
Journal articlesEcohealth ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Disease control DISEASE VECTORS IRRIGATION HEALTH ADMINISTRATION INTEGRATED APPROACH Nepal Nepal
Geographical patterns can provide important clues about disease etiology. Infectious diseases, such as Japanese Encephalitis (JE), are driven by ecological and social processes which result in heterogeneous distribution of disease risk.Published dateTuesday, July 2, 2013 - 00:00