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St. Xavier’s College alumnae is combating malnutrition in the tribal villages of Madhya Pradesh using Soya Bean

Nutrition is a fundamental human need. But, this fundamental need often goes unsolicited, sadly leaving the fate of millions hanging in the perilous balance of life and death. According to a 2015 report by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, India accounts for 23.8% of the global burden of malnourishment and has the second-highest estimated number of undernourished people in the world after China.

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