Transforming systems is key to policy gains
Arun Maira | Updated on September 11, 2020 Published on September 11, 2020
Understanding the food system is a complex process – MA Sriram
The Eat Right India initiative shows how large-scale change can be facilitated by a small govt agency like FSSAI
Two Indian initiatives have found places amongst the ten best global initiatives selected by the Rockefeller Foundation for its Food Systems Vision Prize 2050. One is the Naandi Foundation’s work with tribal communities in Araku in South India. The other is ‘Eat Right India’, the countrywide movement for food systems change being shaped by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).
The capability to implement large-scale change in complex systems is the key for India to realise the benefits of any well-thought-out policy or plan. The National Education Policy is the most recent example of a far-reaching policy wherein all commentators are concerned about how it will be implemented.
continues in source:Transforming systems is key to policy gains – The Hindu BusinessLine