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CENTRE FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING

E M P A T H I Z E - D I S C U S S I N G H O W P O V E R T Y L E A D S T O P O O R H E A L T H A N D M A L N U T R I T I O N

B Y P R I S H A O J H A A N D P U J A A S R I G R A D E I X

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PROBLEM

Malnutrition among children is positively associated with poverty and has many adverse short and long term consequences like illness.Compromising the quality of food intake and bolstering hidden hunger

which is the deficiency of essential vitamins and

minerals can lead malnutrition

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Malnutrition in India 70 60 so 40 30 20 10 2005-2006 2015-2016 Underwei$t Stunted 2020-2021 Vasted Anaemic

POVERTY GRAPH

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WHAT ARE THE CAUSES?

DISEASES :

ECONOMIC LOSS

MALARIA TUBERCULOSIS TYPHOID

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Tuberculosis

TYPHOID FEVER Salmonella Typhi Rashes On Body Enlarged Liver S Spleen White Coating On Tongue Ulcer In Intestine

DISEASES

Malaria Tuberculosis

Typhoid

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Increase rate of rising population Less productivity in agriculture Less utilization of resources Increasing price rise Unemployment Undernutrition Economic inequality

ECONOMIC LOSS

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OXFAM: INEQUALITY & POVERTY Equalia • share GDP rich pwr Inequalia • Of GDP nch pwr f 0% growth delivers twice as much poverty reduction in Equa"a. OXFAM

HOW CAN WE PREVENT IT

Reducing inequalities Health care utilization, such as reducing distance Subsidizing travel costs Targeted health promotion Conditional cash transfers.

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QUIZ

1. List 2 diseases that causes malnutrition 2.What are the 2 causes that leads to malnutrition? 3. How can we prevent poverty any 2 reasons? 4. Name any group that affect due to poverty from the poverty graph 5.Do you accept poverty lead to malnutrition?