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Cornell University

Tata-Cornell Institute for Agriculture and Nutrition


Yes, Women in India Are Consuming a Less Diverse Diet

With nearly 55% of rural Indian women suffering from anemia and 30% considered to be underweight, it is no surprise that researchers and policymakers alike are interested in ways to assess and improve women’s diets. In a newly published paper…
People examining crops

Technical Assistance and Research for Indian Nutrition and Agriculture (TARINA)

TARINA is a consortium that brings together policy-focused academics from diverse disciplines with scale, quality, and impact-focused non-governmental organizations to design and implement data-driven solutions for addressing the complex problem of malnutrition in India.