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Harold Alderman is a Senior Research Fellow at IFPRI (International Food Policy Research Institute). He holds a Masters in Nutrition from Cornell University and a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. His research interests include the economics of nutrition and food policy. He spent 10 years at IFPRI prior to joining the World Bank in 1991 and rejoined IFPRI in 2012. While at the World Bank, he divided his time between the Development Research Group and the Africa region where he advised on social protection policy.
His current research focusses on the linkages between nutrition and early child development and the means by which nutrition and social protection programmes contribute to long-term economic growth.
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भारत में अल्पपोषित बच्चों की संख्या दुनिया में सबसे अधिक है और यहां मिड-डे मील (एमडीएम) के रूप में स्कूली भोजन की सबसे बड़ी योजना जारी है परंतु इस योजना के अंतर-पीढ़ीगत प्रभाव पर सीमित साक्ष्य उपलब्...
India has the world’s highest number of undernourished children and the largest school-feeding programme – the Mid-Day Meal (MDM) scheme – but limited evidence is available on the intergeneratio...