“Estimates of general undernourishment – what is sometimes called protein-energy malnutrition – are nearly twice as high in India as in Sub-Saharan Africa.
– Amartya Sen, Nobel Prize Winner

Did you know some of these shocking Indian food statistics…

ONE THIRD of all world hunger is in India

• Over 7000 Indians die of hunger every day

• That’s 25 lakh deaths a year

30% of newborns are born underweight

• 79% of children aged 6 – 35 months are anemic

• Malnutrition is the greatest cause of death in the world – beating even aids and cancer

• Over 20 Crore Indians sleep hungry every night

• There are 820 Million people suffering from chronic hunger worldwide

• An Indian farmer commits suicide every 30 minutes due to extreme poverty

With the correct application, backing and education – aquaponics can cure all this.

Aquaponics in India will soon be offering consultancy services. Please get in touch for more information.

Written by Pippa Woodhead
Being a health-nut, London born Pippa has struggled to adjust to the lack of availability of lettuce and kale since re-locating to India. Previously naive to the extent of the worlds food struggles, she has now become obsessed with sustainability in food production and especially in India where it needs it the most (plus she’s also hoping to get her hands on some kale any day now). When she’s not writing for Aquaponics in India, she is usually found with her head in a book or in the kitchen experimenting with new vegetarian recipes.