Apni Kyari Apni Thali (AKAT): An Innovative Model for Nutritional Security of Rural Woman & Children – Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour


SKOCH Award Nominee

Category: Excellence in Health/HealthTech
Sub-Category: Governance – Health
Project: Apni Kyari Apni Thali (AKAT): An Innovative Model for Nutritional Security of Rural Woman & Children
Start Date: 01 March 2018
Organisation: Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour
Respondent: Dr Ravindra Sohane
Level: Executive Plus

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24 Comments

  1. Apani Kyari Apani Thali is an innovative model for vegetables growers in Bihar where small and marginal farmers are in large number and are surviving on their fragmented non remunerative land. Onus to mitigate malnutrition and hidden hunger lies on these farmers.

  2. Very innovative and farsightness. Such initiative will make beneficiaries economically sound and physically and mentally healthy.In fact helping the community directly and indirectly. Again, at national level also such type of community based programmes must be implemented.I wish all the very best for such programs in near future. Thanks & regards .Dr. Ruchi prasad ,nutritionist

  3. Apani Kyari Apani Thali is an innovative model for vegetables growers in Bihar where small and marginal farmers are in large number and are surviving on their fragmented non remunerative land. Onus to mitigate malnutrition and hidden hunger lies on these farmers.

  4. Micronutrient malnutrition is a global health crisis affecting peoples from every age groups. The initiative Apni Kyari Apni Thali will provide peoples a chemical free and quality food produce through very uncommon practices in India like Kitchen gardening in Rural and roof top farming in Urbans. The initiative is going to be a boon for Bihar

  5. A very good initiative by Bihar Agricultural university for the rural women and children. This should be popularised agressively among the rural folk to ensure their nutritional security. Bihar seems to be on the right path. Kudos !

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