Anganwadi centers are far off, so children are malnourished

Brajesh from Rewa says that in district in rural areas, the Anganwadi kendras are a kilometre or two away from the settlements . The children cannot walk the distance, and are not attending. With the result, malnutrition is a common problem. He lists the number of malnourished children from many villages which he has surveyed. Although district collector has been informed, but still there is no action. For details contact Brajesh at 09584577625

Posted on: Feb 05, 2012. Tags: Brajesh

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