COMMUNITY NUTRITION PROJECTS
Community Nutrition Camps Project
Community Nutrition Centres will be established by the Registered Members who are certified Nutrition and Health practitioners under NNHSA to consult the population about Preventive Healthcare and Nutrition Programs designed to prevent deficiency, toxicity, food poisonings, and allergies in various population groups due to unawareness regarding particular food.
Rapid improvements in health and nutrition in developing countries may be described as specific, deliberate, health- and nutrition-related interventions and to change the underlying social, economic, and health sector. Our target is to open 60 Community Nutrition Centre in each state of India, especially in rural and suburban areas to prevent various diseases and disorders caused directly or indirectly related to the foods and eatables which causes several health problems.
To open your own NNHSA Recognised Community Nutrition Centre, there are following terms need to be considered as mandatory guidelines:
Each Centre Must have 15x20 sq. ft area.
Each Centre Must have three staff with 1 Health consultant, 1 food and Diet consultant, 1 Assistant staff.
Each Community Nutrition Centre Must be at least 10 KM From another CNC.
The Centre shall be nearby or under the 100-150 metres radius to Public transportation
For Application and more Details visit our Jain Nagar office.
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तभी तो स्वस्थ होगा भारत
प्राथमिक स्तर पर निजी एवं सार्वजनिक स्वच्छता शिक्षा, शारीरिक शिक्षा, स्वास्थ्य शिक्षा, पोषण विज्ञान शिक्षा, शारीरिक विकास एवं उसका मानसिक विकास पर प्रभाव एवं सामाजिक जीवन तथा समाज के साथ सामंजस्य संबंधी शिक्षा का अनिवार्य प्रावधान ही संपूर्ण स्वस्थ शरीर के विकास में सफल योगदान दे सकता है i
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KUPOSHAN MUKT BHARAT
By Nutrition and Natural Health Sciences Association
India is one of the world's fastest-growing economy and our government is running one of the largest anti-malnutrition programs. Despite this, the nutritional status of our children doesn't paint a beautiful picture. Indian children are dealing with one of the world's worst levels of malnutrition. As per the most recent available data, roughly 40% of children under five are stunted and 21% of children under five are severely wasted or undernourished. We know that a well-nourished child is likely to have better immunity, fall sick less often, perform better in school and grow to become productive adults. On the other hand, undernourished children, who usually belong to the poor socio-economic classes, get trapped in a vicious cycle of poor health and poverty.
Is really Malnutrition due to the unavailability of food? Can we prevent it? How we can Prevent it? All You Need To Know
Malnutrition in general means poor nutrition. It refers to undernutrition; where a person does not get adequate nutrients or when a person does not consume sufficient food.
Malnutrition is a serious health problem that occurs when a person's diet does not contain the right amount of nutrients. Malnutrition in general means poor nutrition. It refers to undernutrition; where a person does not get adequate nutrients or when a person does not consume sufficient food. On the other hand; the condition where a person gets more nutrients than he needs is called over nutrition. It can lead to poor health outcomes including stunted growth, eye disorders, diabetes, and several heart diseases. Some populations have a high risk of developing malnutrition primarily due to their environment, lifestyle and economic resources. Apart from this other major causes of malnutrition include low intake of food, digestive issues, depression, and alcoholism.
Poor utilization of food and lack of knowledge is the major cause of Malnutrition in our Country.
NNHSA is taking the initiative to detect various causes and solutions for the causes to fight against malnutrition in various Indian communities at different levels.
We are inviting volunteers to join us in this movement to make succeed at large and save many children from anemia, PEM, Hunger, and Death. According to UNICEF, “Stunting is associated with an under-developed brain, with long-lasting harmful consequences, including diminished mental ability and learning capacity, poor school performance in childhood, reduced earnings and increased risks of nutrition-related chronic diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity in future”. Anemia too is widely prevalent among children in India. The data showed that more than 58% of the children under 5 years of age are anemic.
Step to fight-
- Detect Malnutrition in individuals and communities.
- Intimate us.
- Seek the best solution area wise.
- Provide possible aid to the child and mother