In Chhattisgarh, the chief minister's nutrition campaign is now beginning to bring favorable results. Due to physical weakness of women, they suffer from anemia due to lack of blood. The state government examines the hemoglobin of women in the age group of 15 to 49 as part of the Chief Minister's Nutrition Campaign. In Kanker district, Mrs. Pramila Pati Baliram, a woman from village Chappali, had 5.5 grams of hemoglobin. Pramila was registered under the Chief Minister's Nutrition Campaign and from the month of October 2019 she was fed pulses, rice, vegetables, hot food, eggs daily. Pramila was benefitted from hot food every day from October, November, December and January 2020 at Anganwadi Kendra Chapeli. From March 2020, dry rations such as pulses, rice, pickles, papad, badi and eggs were supplied to the house through Anganwadi. Anganwadi worker Pemin also advised them to eat munga bhaji every day due to having a munga tree in Pramila's house during the Gharbhant, as well as washing hands with soap before cooking, before meals and defecation to focus on hygiene. After the dawn was informed with hand soap. He underwent a hemoglobin test in the month of August 2020, in which his snowblobin is now well. Now Pramila Anemia is freed and she is very happy. Pramila has thanked the Chief Minister of the state, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, for running the Chief Minister's Nutrition Campaign.