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Hunger & Food Security in India

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Rupesh (no surname), advisor to the Indian Supreme Court Commissioner on the right to food...Rupesh regularly exposes examples of lax supervision of fundamental hunger-alleviating programs are in much of Bihar where administrations have little personal vested interest in the proper running of schemes that benefit only the poor. Rupesh argues that the only way to properly administer schemes like school midday meals is to make them universal so that the the educated middle class, and not just the poor, have a personal interest in them...Rupesh is supported by Oxfam as part of a five month pilot program that began in November 2010...Photo: Tom Pietrasik.Amas Block, Gaya District, Bihar. India.February 25th 2011
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Rupesh (no surname), advisor to the Indian Supreme Court Commissioner on the right to food...Rupesh regularly exposes examples of lax supervision of fundamental hunger-alleviating programs are in much of Bihar where administrations have little personal vested interest in the proper running of schemes that benefit only the poor. Rupesh argues that the only way to properly administer schemes like school midday meals is to make them universal so that the the educated middle class, and not just the poor, have a personal interest in them...Rupesh is supported by Oxfam as part of a five month pilot program that began in November 2010...Photo: Tom Pietrasik.Amas Block, Gaya District, Bihar. India.February 25th 2011