TCI has continued its work during the coronavirus pandemic, with a focus on the virus’s impact on food systems.
Agriculture Transformation, Food Systems & Nutrition Transition
India’s ongoing transformation from low-productivity agriculture to an advanced economy has profound implications for nutrition in the country.
Climate Change & Sustainable Agriculture
As climate change continues, the agricultural sector must grapple with its effects and adopt more resource-conscious, sustainable practices.
Food & Ag-Science Innovations
Building food systems that prioritize nutrition requires leveraging the latest scientific advancements in areas like soil health and fortification.
Food Safety, Water & Sanitation
Nutrient absorption is significantly impacted by interrelated factors involving food contamination, access to safe water, and hygiene.
Gender & Nutrition
In India, 80% of economically active women are employed in the agricultural sector. Empowering these women can help to improve household nutrition.
ICTs, Data Systems & Ag-Tech
Information communication technologies and other technological inventions can boost agricultural productivity and improving livelihoods, while strong, comprehensive data systems help ensure that policies and strategies are built on a foundation of solid evidence.
Markets & Value Chains
Rising demand for diverse agricultural products presents an opportunity for smallholder farmers to improve their livelihoods.