Gender inequality, mothers’ health and unequal distribution of food: experience from a CARE project in India
Food availability does not always ensure equal access to all the family members. Even today the distribution of food and nutrition depends on the old age tradition and norms set by the communities. This article focuses on a project which intended to challenge these attitudes and beliefs in India.
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