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From the Desk of Miss Sukanya Kadyan: Malnutrition is more common in India than in Sub-Saharan Africa. One in every three malnourished children in the world lives in India.

From the Desk of Miss Sukanya Kadyan: Malnutrition is more common in India than in Sub-Saharan Africa. One in every three malnourished children in the world lives in India.

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Published by Naresh Kadyan
Status as on 13 Jun 2013
Registration Number : DOWCD/E/2013/00125
Name Of Complainant : Sukanya Kadyan
Date of Receipt : 20 Apr 2013
Received by : Ministry of Women and Child Development
Forwarded to : ICDSGen/UNICEF-CDN/CARE/WFP/WB/FNB-ADM
Officer name : Shri Gulshan Lal
Officer Designation : Deputy Secretary
Contact Address : Room No.434
A-wing, Shastri Bhavan,
New Delhi110001
Contact Number : 23385691
e-mail : gulshanlal_2006@yahoo.co.in
Grievance Description : Malnutrition rates by region: Gujarat: In this state, 44.7% of children are underweight, 22.3% of the population is undernourished and 6.1% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Karnataka: In this state, 37.6% of children are underweight, 28.1% of the population is undernourished and 5.5% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Madhya Pradesh: In this state, 59.8% of children are underweight, 23.4% of the population is undernourished and 9.4% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Rajasthan: In this state 40.4% of children are underweight 14.0% of the population is undernourished and 8.5% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Uttar Pradesh: In this state 42.3% of children are underweight 14.5% of the population is undernourished and 9.6% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. West Bengal: In this state 38.5% of children are underweight 18.5% of the population is undernourished and 5.9% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. The Govt. of India moving forward to implement the right to education but why Malnutrition?, the UN affiliated OIPA in India demands immediate relief to all effective children's, where as all above said Government claims to be good governance over there but I don't agree.
Date of Action : 13 Jun 2013

Acknowledgement
Madam,
Kindly refer to your online Grievance Petition No.DOWCD/E/2013/00125 dated 20.04.2013 on the above subject.
Your public grievance petition is being forwarded to Sh. GulshanLal, Deputy Secretary, ICDS (Ph: 011-23385691,e-mail:gshanlal_2006@yahoo.co.in) for taking appropriate action.

Yours faithfully,

(Naveen Yadav)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Status as on 13 Jun 2013
Registration Number : DOWCD/E/2013/00125
Name Of Complainant : Sukanya Kadyan
Date of Receipt : 20 Apr 2013
Received by : Ministry of Women and Child Development
Forwarded to : ICDSGen/UNICEF-CDN/CARE/WFP/WB/FNB-ADM
Officer name : Shri Gulshan Lal
Officer Designation : Deputy Secretary
Contact Address : Room No.434
A-wing, Shastri Bhavan,
New Delhi110001
Contact Number : 23385691
e-mail : gulshanlal_2006@yahoo.co.in
Grievance Description : Malnutrition rates by region: Gujarat: In this state, 44.7% of children are underweight, 22.3% of the population is undernourished and 6.1% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Karnataka: In this state, 37.6% of children are underweight, 28.1% of the population is undernourished and 5.5% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Madhya Pradesh: In this state, 59.8% of children are underweight, 23.4% of the population is undernourished and 9.4% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Rajasthan: In this state 40.4% of children are underweight 14.0% of the population is undernourished and 8.5% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. Uttar Pradesh: In this state 42.3% of children are underweight 14.5% of the population is undernourished and 9.6% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. West Bengal: In this state 38.5% of children are underweight 18.5% of the population is undernourished and 5.9% of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. The Govt. of India moving forward to implement the right to education but why Malnutrition?, the UN affiliated OIPA in India demands immediate relief to all effective children's, where as all above said Government claims to be good governance over there but I don't agree.
Date of Action : 13 Jun 2013

Acknowledgement
Madam,
Kindly refer to your online Grievance Petition No.DOWCD/E/2013/00125 dated 20.04.2013 on the above subject.
Your public grievance petition is being forwarded to Sh. GulshanLal, Deputy Secretary, ICDS (Ph: 011-23385691,e-mail:gshanlal_2006@yahoo.co.in) for taking appropriate action.

Yours faithfully,

(Naveen Yadav)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

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From the desk of Miss Sukanya Kadyan
 
Status as on 13 Jun 2013Registration Number : DOWCD/E/2013/00125Name Of Complainant
:
Sukanya KadyanDate of Receipt
:
20 Apr 2013Received by
:
Ministry of Women and Child Development
 
Forwarded to
:
ICDSGen/UNICEF-CDN/CARE/WFP/WB/FNB-ADMOfficer name
:
Shri Gulshan LalOfficer Designation
:
Deputy SecretaryContact Address
:
Room No.434A-wing, Shastri Bhavan,New Delhi110001Contact Number
:
23385691e-mail
:
gulshanlal_2006@yahoo.co.inGrievance Description
:
Malnutrition rates by region: Gujarat: In this state, 44.7% of children are underweight, 22.3% of the population isundernourished and 6.1% of children who die under the age of 5die from hunger. Karnataka: In this state, 37.6% of children areunderweight, 28.1% of the population is undernourished and 5.5%of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. MadhyaPradesh: In this state, 59.8% of children are underweight, 23.4%of the population is undernourished and 9.4% of children who dieunder the age of 5 die from hunger. Rajasthan: In this state 40.4%of children are underweight 14.0% of the population isundernourished and 8.5% of children who die under the age of 5die from hunger. Uttar Pradesh: In this state 42.3% of children areunderweight 14.5% of the population is undernourished and 9.6%of children who die under the age of 5 die from hunger. WestBengal: In this state 38.5% of children are underweight 18.5% of the population is undernourished and 5.9% of children who dieunder the age of 5 die from hunger. The Govt. of India movingforward to implement the right to education but why Malnutrition?,the UN affiliated OIPA in India demands immediate relief to alleffective children's, where as all above said Government claims tobe good governance over there but I don't agree.
 
Date of Action
:
13 Jun 2013
AcknowledgementMadam,Kindly refer to your online Grievance Petition No.DOWCD/E/2013/00125 dated 20.04.2013 on theabove subject. Your public grievance petition is being forwarded to Sh. GulshanLal, Deputy Secretary,ICDS (Ph: 011-23385691,e-mail:gshanlal_2006@yahoo.co.in) for taking appropriate action.Yours faithfully,(Naveen Yadav)Under Secretary to the Government of India
 
 

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