On the 92nd edition of his radio programme “Mann Ki Baat,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to work together to eliminate malnutrition, emphasising the importance of social awareness in this fight.
He proclaimed, “We have seen the collective might of the country on the special occasions of Amrit Mahotsav and Independence Day. In the upcoming month, Modi urged the populace to join the fight against malnutrition.
Efforts for social awareness play an important role in tackling the challenges of malnutrition.
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“In addition to festivals, September is dedicated to a large nutrition campaign.” “From September 1 to 30, we observe ‘Poshan Maah,’ or nutrition month,” Modi said. He noted that many innovative and diverse efforts are being made to combat malnutrition.
“Better use of technology and public participation have also become important components of the ‘Poshan Abhiyan.’
The Jal Jeevan mission will have a significant impact on eradicating malnutrition in India “he stated. Modi emphasised the importance of social awareness initiatives in addressing the problems caused by malnutrition and urged people to take action to end it.
PM Modi said of millets and their benefits to farmers, “Nowadays, the younger generation is much focused on Healthy Living and Eating.” Even when viewed in this light, millets are high in protein, fibre, and minerals. Many people even refer to it as a Superfood. Millets have numerous advantages, not just one. They reduce the risk of diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease as well as obesity. They are also beneficial in preventing stomach and liver ailments.”