High Levels Of Poverty Among Elderly: UNFPA

Poverty among the elderly may affect their quality of life and healthcare utilisation, according to the UNFPA's India Ageing Report 2023

By PTI 27/09/2023

India's Solar Tech Venture Finalist In Earthshot Prize 2023

S4S Technologies, founded in 2013 by seven university friends  is shortlisted in the Earthshot Prize to Build a Waste-Free World category as the finalists were unveiled by the royal during a visit to New York

By PTI 21/09/2023

S D Polymers Launches Innovative Initiative For Sustainable Waste Management

S D Polymers invites the community, businesses, and individuals to support this initiative by recognizing the value of ragpickers and their role in sustainable waste management

By Outlook Planet Desk 18/08/2023

13.5 Crore Indians Overcome Multidimensional Poverty In 5 years: NITI Aayog

National Multidimensional Poverty Index: A progress of Review 2023 was released by Suman Bery, Vice-Chairman, NITI Aayog

By PTI 18/07/2023

Education and Healthcare Are Most Preferred Social Causes For CSR By Firms 

A recently published paper shows interesting patterns related to CSR patterns and strategies chosen by companies

By Outlook Planet Desk 10/04/2023

Number Of Poor People in India Dropped By About 415 Million in 15 Years: UN

India is an important case study on poverty reduction in all its dimensions

By Ritu Jha 03/01/2023

Covid-19 Hits Maternal Care, Underlines Gender Divide

The status of women in their families is a key factor in maternal health, besides poverty, caste, education and nutrition

By Poonam Muttreja 24/09/2021

Hunger Study Predicts 168,000 Pandemic-Linked Child Deaths

Before the pandemic, the number of stunted children declined globally each year, from 199.5 million in 2000 to 144 million in 2019.

By Associated Press (AP) 15/12/2020

Hunger, In Black And White

On World Hunger Day, an ace photographer’s walk down hunger lane is made more poignant by the pandemic which haunts us today.

By Sudharak Olwe 30/05/2020

Nutrition, Poverty And Women Power

An anganwadi worker in Odisha’s poorest tribal district epitomises how change can, and must begin from the grassroots

By Aiswarya Biswal 16/05/2020