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The report demonstrates how microfinance can be further leveraged to provide a powerful tool to address one of India’s persistent barriers to the economic advancement of the poor: ill health caused by lack of access to health services.
This brief of a longer paper presents several important findings of relevance to value chain programs. First, work in the agricultural sector will have a greater impact on nutrition at higher levels of poverty but becomes less important as it declines, when the development of other sectors will be more important to nutritional gains. Second, economic growth alone is insufficient to address all aspects of child malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies. Examples of Malawi and Yemen illustrate how the development of agricultural value chains that would be appropriate in th