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Four ways how women suffer more from climate change than men (Climate Change- Gender Perspective ,Livemint)

“Women hold up half the sky.” But as man-made changes damage the earth’s atmosphere, former Chinese communist party chairman Mao Zedong’s metaphorical statement is imbued with new meaning today. Climate change affects men and women differently and the difference mostly boils down to cultural norms and expectations. Here are four

Reducing child malnutrition: The 4D solution (Health GS paper 3 ,Indian Express )

Combining responsive governance with the intelligent use of data in a systematic, disciplined manner and adopting a standard operating protocol can yield rich dividends Child malnutrition constitutes one of India’s biggest public health challenges. A look at international child nutrition rankings can be very sobering: India—with 44% of under-6 children