Mustard oil will be available with ghee at Anganwadi centers

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Gyanpur. Beneficiaries registered in Anganwadi Centers will receive dry ration, mustard oil along with ghee this month. Food and oil are allocated through self-help groups. Distribution from Anganwadi Centers will also begin soon.
Under the Department of Child Development and Nutrition, 1,483 Anganwadi Centers are operating in the district, with two 17,000 people registered. Registered beneficiaries include children, adolescent girls, pregnant and breastfeeding women. Health safety information is provided to registered beneficiaries by the Anganwadi worker. During the National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) dry ration along with land ghee, milk was distributed in them. It was changed by the government from April. According to the new menu, the beneficiaries were given soybean oil along with grams of Dal. Mustard oil will now be available instead of soybean oil.
In this regard, District Program Officer Rajiv Singh said that all CDPOs had received instructions on the matter. The ration to be distributed to the beneficiaries is monitored. The CDPO concerned is responsible for any discrepancies.
The DSB said that the malnourished children were previously given 2.5 kg of wheat, 1.5 kg of rice, 900 grams of ghee and 500 grams of legumes. But from June there will be one and a half kilograms of wheat, one and a half kilograms of rice, 455 grams of mustard oil with legumes. Likewise, children between the ages of six months and three years initially receive 1.5 kg of wheat, one kg of rice, 450 grams of ghee and 750 grams of legumes. Pregnant women receive 2 kg of wheat, 1 kg of rice, 450 g of ghee, 750 g of legumes and 455 g of oil. 1,483 Anganwadi Centers operated by the District Child Development and Nutrition Department have registered 2 lakh 17,000 children. The survey, carried out three months ago, found 6,000 severely malnourished and 13,000 malnourished children. The priority is to provide these children with nutritious food.

Gyanpur. Beneficiaries registered in Anganwadi Centers will receive dry ration, mustard oil along with ghee this month. Food and oil are allocated through self-help groups. Distribution from Anganwadi Centers will also begin soon.

Under the Department of Child Development and Nutrition, 1483 Anganwadi Centers are in operation in the district, with two 17,000 lakhs beneficiaries being registered. Registered beneficiaries include children, adolescent girls, pregnant and breastfeeding women. Health security information is provided to the registered beneficiaries on behalf of the Anganwadi worker. In contrast, the National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) Desighee, milk and dry ration were distributed in them. It was changed by the government from April. According to the new menu, the beneficiaries were given soybean oil along with grams of Dal. Mustard oil will now be available instead of soybean oil.

In this regard, District Program Officer Rajiv Singh said that all CDPOs had received instructions on the matter. The ration to be distributed to the beneficiaries is monitored. The CDPO concerned is responsible for any discrepancies.

The DSB said that the malnourished children were previously given 2.5 kg of wheat, 1.5 kg of rice, 900 grams of ghee and 500 grams of legumes. But from June there will be one and a half kilograms of wheat, one and a half kilograms of rice, 455 grams of mustard oil with legumes. Likewise, children between the ages of six months and three years initially receive 1.5 kg of wheat, one kg of rice, 450 grams of ghee and 750 grams of legumes. Pregnant women receive 2 kg of wheat, 1 kg of rice, 450 g of ghee, 750 g of legumes and 455 g of oil. 1,483 Anganwadi Centers operated by the District Child Development and Nutrition Department have registered 2 lakh 17,000 children. The survey, carried out three months ago, found 6,000 severely malnourished and 13,000 malnourished children. The priority is to provide these children with nutritious food.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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