Vision on India’s hunger rate index with special reference to the mission of sustainable development reform


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Authors

  • M. Athista Lakshmi
  • M. Parvathi Devi https://orcid.org/0009-0006-9315-6021
  • Ramu Malini PG Department of Commerce & Reserarch Centre Sri Parasakti College for Women, Courtallam, Tamil Nadu, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31039/ljss.2024.7.195

Keywords:

Hunger, sustainable development, vision, mission, India

Abstract

Hunger is the one of the biggest challenges in independent India. To tackle this challenge sustainable development goals were adopted with the target year of 2023. This instigates the researchers to compare the pre and post sustainable development reform of zero hunger indicators to analyse the India’s performance towards the vision of zero hunger. The result of the disclosed that India has made a progress towards the mission of sustainable development reform by reducing child stunting and undernourishment.

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Published

2024-01-25

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Lakshmi , M. A., Devi, M. P. ., & Ramu Malini. (2024). Vision on India’s hunger rate index with special reference to the mission of sustainable development reform. London Journal of Social Sciences, (7), 156–169. https://doi.org/10.31039/ljss.2024.7.195

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