Improvement Of Nutritional Status Of Maternal Nutrition Through Local Available Foods.
1Scientist KVK Dhanbad Birsa Agricultural University Ranchi Jharkhand,
2Ex HOD dept of PG Home Science, Ranchi University, Ranchi Jharkhand,
3Professor dept of PG Home Science, Ranchi University, Ranchi Jharkhand
Community-based approaches for improving nutrition, build capabilities and empower communities to effective demand services and at the same time support local available food for improving health and nutrition states of pregnant/lactating and children under two year. This involves increasing the participation of communities in the design, implementation and monitoring of research study and its interventions. Achieving household food and nutrition security requires coordination among local organizations that support food insecure groups. A key dimension of this study is enabling households to maximize food and nutrition status with local available foods, while also striving to increase such resources. This requires a process of effectively mobilizing communities and shifting from a centralized to a more decentralized approach, with wider participation on the part of the community.