Outcome & Impact

This programme would help people build a positive relationship with the food they eat, develop good food habits, and learn basic food skills helping them to make a dietary transition to healthier and more sustainable diets. 

The programme would arrest and reverse the rising trend of diet-related illnesses, chronic non-communicable diseases, malnutrition, and food-borne illnesses. 

Given that ‘good food’ for people is also good for the environment, it would alleviate the adverse impact of the food system on the environment.

Small changes in diets by individuals and families would make a large and positive impact in driving demand for the right foods. Hence, this would help in building a food system that is healthy for both people and the planet.

Lying at the intersection of education, health, and the environment, the programme aims to deliver a measurable and lasting impact on healthcare and environmental sustainability in the country.