As the challenges of food security continue to rise, peak bodies have identified the inextricable link between early childhood health and the long-term economic GDP of third world countries. As such, ensuring children are healthy in developing nations is as much a moral responsibility as it is an economic necessity.

The India Food Ladder’s purpose was to tackle this problem, in a place where climate change has made traditional farming methods redundant. The Food Ladder systems were set up in schools and on village rooftops, feeding more than 5,000 people, and providing employment and education opportunities.