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TEN RECIPIES: Food for all in indiaDownload pdf GROWFOOD. LIFE. PLANET.Join the campaign for a future where everyone on the planet always has enough to eat. DOWNLOAD pdf Grow For A Better FutureDownload Pdf 

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Easy Guide

Soon there will be nine billion of us on the planet. Our societies must grow to meet our needs, so we can put enough food on the table for everyone.

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IDS Bulletin Launch

Press ReleaseStanding on the threshold of Food Justice in India Oxfam India launches food justice bulletin along with the Institute of development Studies (IDS), calls for assessing government's commitment to hungerNEW DELHI, JULY 17. Despite enormous growth in economic and political power, 46 per cent of Indian children are malnourished, and 1 in 3 of the world’s hungry live in India.

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Ten Recipes

Grow movements in support of a future where everyone has enough to eat alwaysFood rights be enshrined in a Right to Food Act that provides nutritious food for all. Various public schemes for providing food and nutrition (such as the PDS, ICDS, Mid-day meal, and IGMSY) be reformed and made more accountable to communities. Help put public pressure on corporations and countries to stop land

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Oxfam India in Rio+20

India, Brazil share lessons in combinating hunger Puttaraju, a farmer in southern Karnataka state in India, proudly shows off his prize crop, millet, which assures him of a steady harvest. Credit: Krishna Prasad/IPS

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Grow a Better Future

Oxfam is marking its 61th year in India this year (2012). Oxfam’s first work in India was in response to the famine in Bihar in 1951. Sixty years on, unfortunately, hunger and malnutrition remain major issues in India.

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