There are 543 Parliamentary Constituencies (PCs) in India, and these political units are key to improving human capital and development. Expanding on their own recent research, Harvard Pop Center faculty member S (Subu) V Subramanian, Research Associate Rockli Kim and their colleagues have made data tables and maps available via a website to help people visualize over one hundred critical indicators of nutrition, health and development to identify PCs that are in need of priority attention.
Learn more in the press…The Harvard Gazette: Amid India elections, Harvard study aligns data with constituencies The Telegraph India: India's welfare map, seat by seat The Print: My 543 Scroll.in: Interview: Parliamentarians should be made accountable for child malnutrition in India Business Standard: Revealed: New method to check malnutrition by parliamentary constituencies The Print: Rahul Gandhi’s Amethi, Sonia’s Rae Bareli & Maneka-Varun’s Pilibhit rank low on nutrition IndiaSpend: New Method Reveals India’s Malnutrition By Parliamentary Constituency Harvard Chan School: In the News... The Times of India: UP MPs fare poorly in child health report card Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: New approaches to analyzing malnutrition data in India