Nayara Energy, a downstream oil company in India, signed an MoU with the Gujarat Government to make Devbhumi Dwarka free from any cases of malnutrition. This new initiative - Project Tushti - will cover 249 villages spread over four blocks in Devbhumi Dwarka, and will be implemented along with the Indian Institute of Public Health, Gandhinagar and John Snow India Pvt Ltd (JSI India). The project aims to support more integrated coordination across government departments to support health and nutrition, and to promote the consumption of nutritious foods, especially for children, adolescents and women.
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