Hidden Hunger: Political Ecology of Food and Nutrition Security in Uttarakhand, India

Recently, India has come under scrutiny for its failure to improve food and nutrition security (FNS). Prominent governmental and nongovernmental strategies addressing FNS include promoting horticultural crops to increase incomes, distributing food, and providing nutritional education. Analyzing qualitative data collected in the summer of 2013, I examine programs in Uttarakhand, India where hunger has been eradicated, yet malnutrition persists.


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