UPSC Syllabus : Indian Economy and issues relating to growth, development and employment
“On health, poor people’s investment in preventive care has been shown to be very sensitive to the prices of health products or services, giving a strong argument for generous subsidies to such investments,” the paper added. “On credit, growing evidence indicates that micro-finance programmes do not have the development effects that many had thought when these programmes were introduced on a large scale.”
UPSC Syllabus : Indian Economy and issues relating to growth, development and employment.
3. A cost-effective way to power generation (GS-3)
UPSC Syllabus : Energy
4. For a wider food menu (GS-3)
UPSC Syllabus : Sustainable Development & Poverty
Dependence on a few crops has negative consequences for ecosystems and health.
Poshan Abhiyaan, India’s flagship programme to improve nutritional outcomes for children, adolescents, pregnant women and lactating mothers, is an amalgamation of scientific principles, political fortitude and technical ingenuity. The key nutrition interventions and strategies, which form the core of it, contribute to the targets of the World Health Assembly for nutrition and the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly the goal of “zero hunger”.
5. Financial stability and the RBI(GS-2)
UPSC Syllabus : Indian Economy and issues relating to planning.
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