Author: TARINA

Reflections from a year in the field: Sustainable livestock feeding systems in rural India

Over the last year, I was conducting fieldwork in the
Kandhamal District of Odisha, India. We implemented a goat feeding experiment
with Kondha tribal farmers in the forest fringe areas of Tikabali Block.
Livestock management in the project area was ex…

Combating open defecation through a community-led sanitation approach in rural India

Every year, 188,000 children under five in India die due to diarrhea-related illnesses. This catastrophic burden on children’s health is largely due to the fact that over a third of the Indian population defecates in the open. Open defecation (OD) also has strong …

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Engendering food systems for improved nutrition

TCI-TARINA and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) co-hosted a special session, titled “Engendering Food Systems for Improved Nutrition,” at the Agricultural Economics Research Association’s 24th Annual Conference on December 16th, 2016. The primary objective of this event was to initiate a discussion about …

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Promoting a more nutritious food system in India: The role of smallholder agriculture

Dr. Prabhu Pingali, Director of the Tata-Cornell Institute (TCI) & Professor of Applied Economics at Cornell University, delivered an opening lecture, titled “Promoting a More Nutritious Food System in India: The Role of Smallholder Agriculture,” at the Agricultural Economics Research Association’s (AERA) 24th Annual Conference …

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BAIF Development Research Foundation
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Cornell University
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International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
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Tata Institute of Social Sciences(TISS)