Why Health Workers, Paid Rs 4,000 Per Month, Are Vital To India’s National Nutrition Mission 
Anganwadi worker Madhubala, 47, at a pre-school education class at an anganwadi held in a primary school in Kuiya village, Farrukhabad. (Source: IndiaSpend)

Why Health Workers, Paid Rs 4,000 Per Month, Are Vital To India’s National Nutrition Mission 

Every morning, 26-year-old Meenakshi Gangwar packs a rucksack–a baby doll, a register and some nutrition charts–and sets off on her scooter to visit one of the 41 anganwadis (day care centres) that...
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