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Putting Food First

Life is not possible without food…Food is matter…Food is wealth, health and entire economy…Planetary health

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We believe that everybody should have nutritious food all time. So, we work in putting efforts and getting information on sustainable food system, capability empowerment, system resilience and new economy. Food system is endangered due to climate change, increasing population vs decreasing resources. Hence, it must be prioritised inclusive food policy and program to feed to all. By considering the urgency of food to save humanity we share the words through the web to the world. Please stay connected.


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Food is life

Food is life and it is important for thoughts, health and wealth …

Food we love

to have nutritious enough food always for all …

Food we want

a sustainable, inclusive, capable and resilient food system where food is easily available, accessible and nutritious …

Food we have

Based on the evidence, current food system seems unequal, not enough, broken, non-nutritious, unstable and distressed …

The food system we expect

a new economic system based on wellbeing which is able to feed entire population by renewing natural planetary system. Pilling up challenges are the outcome of current system that we have been working through.

The same system which has created problems is not effective to solve. So a new economy based on wellbeing must be in practice to address challenges and the future needs ...

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We believe that everybody should have nutritious food all time. So, we work hard in putting efforts on sustainable food system, capability empowerment, system resilience and new economy. Because food system is endangered due to climate change, increasing population vs decreasing resources. To feed continuously food must be first in our policy and program. By considering the urgency of food to save humanity we share the words through the web to the world. Please stay connected.

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We throw away a third of the food we grow; here’s what to do about waste | TC

Kamran Mahroof, University of Bradford and Sankar Sivarajah, University of Bradford The COVID pandemic has shown the fragility of our global food supply chains, with many supermarkets and restaurants in almost every country having experienced food shortages. Millions of people in the UK alone have experienced severe food insecurity during… Continue reading We throw away a third of the food we grow; here’s what to do about waste | TC

Pollinators: neonicotinoid pesticides stop bees and flies from getting a good night’s sleep | TC

Kiah Tasman, University of Bristol Neonicotinoids, the most commonly used pesticides in the world, were banned in the EU in 2018. More than 99,000 people petitioned the UK government to support the ban amid a wealth of scientific evidence linking this group of chemicals to poor health in bees, from… Continue reading Pollinators: neonicotinoid pesticides stop bees and flies from getting a good night’s sleep | TC

Let’s Put Food First

We believe that everybody should have nutritious food all time. So, we work hard in putting efforts on sustainable food system, capability empowerment, system resilience and new economy. Because food system is endangered due to climate change, increasing population vs decreasing resources. To feed continuously food must be first in… Continue reading Let’s Put Food First

Stop Animal Cruelty

Toshita Khatri We live in a world that not only turns a blind eye to animal cruelty but simply disregards it – be it through legislation or with indifference. Videos of animal abuse are not uncommon to pop up on social media. We all know that animal cruelty is wrong.… Continue reading Stop Animal Cruelty

A growing tendency of self-medication against COVID19 in Zambia

Derrick Silimina Zambian health officials are grappling with a wave of dead-on-arrival cases at the country’s main referral hospital. The spike in cases may be related to residents not following COVID-19 guidelines, as well as to widespread misconceptions about the virus. Zambian health officials have spotted a worrisome trend: More… Continue reading A growing tendency of self-medication against COVID19 in Zambia

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Environment

Climate Change

Including a concept of climate change that links human health, wealth and wellbeing with the Earth’s natural eco-system upon which we depend …

Sustainable Development Goals

Inclusive Development

International development and sustainable development goals (SDGs)…

Corona pandemic


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Ensuring food security amid Locust attack | TRN

Jagadish Wagle Background Food security has been the biggest challenge since the outbreak of COVID-19 (Corona) has broken out from Wuhan, China in December last year. The world has paid huge attention to control transmitting COVID-19, health hazards and panic.…

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COVID-19 Exacerbates Childhood Malnutrition

Menaka Bhusal & Bonita Sharma Over the past couple of months, the world has witnessed the emergence of the novel coronavirus (SARS‐CoV‐2) disease. In December last year, the Chinese city of Wuhan first reported the outbreak of COVID-19. The lethal…

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Why Nepal Is Exemplar Of Nutrition Movement

Atul Upadhyay, PhD On September 1, Bill Gates, co-founder of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in his blog, GatesNotes, write why some countries excel at saving lives. He further explains in a short video about the exemplary activities performed by…

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New Economy

NEWism is an alternative approach of new economy based on well being; human must be at the centre of development and human must obey the rule of nature and coexistence. A nexus of nature, food, health, education and security


Area of Interest


Sustainable Food System

Sustainable food system is a holistic approach of social, economic and environmental welfare including food security i.e. food availability, access, utilisation and sustainability…


Capability Empowerment

Empowering individual capability help to promote person’s freedom, alleviate poverty and end hunger. A physically, socially and economically capable person can have access of available services.



System Resilience

The resilient system bounce back better after the events or shocks and strongly support to minimise risk and loss. The resilient system based on the seven principles of diversity and redundancy, connectivity, regular essential services, adaptive system, learning, participation and poly centric governance …


Climate Change

A serious threat for the humanity and the world



Meet the Author

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Currently I focus on achieving the sustainable food system through capability empowerment and system resiliency. The ultimate aim is ‘food for all’ by achieving the highest productivity from the least amount of input. I am an accomplished MSc Food Security and Development graduate (University of Reading UK) with experience in a multidisciplinary understanding of how food systems work , and…


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  • Jagadish Wagle

Humans benefit hugely from the services delivered by nature. However, due to an increasing population and the unlimited greed of human activities, limited natural resources are inhumanly exploited and are stressed. To protect nature, the majority of scientists have warned that some planetary boundaries have already been crossed and that sudden collapse is very near. Hence, a huge global debate is going on regarding how to protect, preserve and utilise natural resources in a sustainable way. These issues should be analysed, in consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic and the financial crisis of 2008, and it should be considered whether our past development has addressed real needs. Father of modern linguistics Noam Chomsky underlined the fact on our Corona virus response that “ventilator shortage exposes the cruelty of neoliberal capitalism”. This seems to imply that, somehow, both nature and humanity are being ignored in the global development discourse. 


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All nations are requested to show their commitment by promulgating law and policy that promote investments in preserving the climate. In the meantime, a major investment partner of the global economy, the US government, withdrew from the Paris Agreement in 2019.

Population, climate and food (PCF) are deeply entangled. Over-exploitation of natural resources, increasing population, climate emergencies and food insecurity have posed a serious threat. Thus, a nexus of WAL should be considered while implementing polices of the PCF …

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The reality is that crime, smuggling, trafficking and black markets have been linked with such a narcotic market that does not pay any revenue to the state fund, even though the state must invest a huge amount to deal the issues associated with drugs. Further, it has even become a hidden driver of socio-political instability, conflict and corruption. 

Let’s think again, could it be good to legalese cannabis? The answer should begin with why it was banned.

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Moreover food is also a supplement of nutritional requirements. So it is wrong to think that food is only a stuff of filling belly. Besides that, there is a huge economy and politics associated with food. The COVID-19, natural calamity, climate change and food waste are the biggest challenges that should be addressed to make sure there is enough food supply. In later time, the world has been facing unprecedented food insecurity from the invasion of swarms of locusts destroying millions of miles of agriculture, plants and fodder especially in the horn of Africa and beyond. 


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A resilience thinking approach tries to investigate how these interacting systems of people and nature – or social-ecological systems – can best be managed to ensure a sustainable and resilient supply of the essential ecosystem services on which humanity depends – Simonsen, et.al., 2015. SRC

Stockholm Resilience Centre

Stockholm Resilience Centre

Economic inequality can give wealthier people an unacceptable degree of control over the lives of others; it undermine the fairness of political institutions and the fairness of the economic system itself.

TM Scanlon
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