What Will it Cost to End Malnutrition?

A well-nourished child is 30 percent more likely than a malnourished one to escape poverty when they grow up to be an adult. Policymakers, experts and civil society partners at The Scaling Up Nutrition conference in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire are looking this week at what it will take to ensure we make malnutrition a footnote of history.



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  • Namibia:  Six Out of Ten Rural People Food Insecure - Report

    New Era, 7 November 2017

    The debilitating droughts of the past four years may be over, but the latest Vulnerability Assessment Committee Results show that the number of people facing food shortage is… Read more »

  • Uganda:  Why You Should Eat More Tilapia

    Monitor, 31 October 2017

    Tilapia, commonly known as engege is one of the oldest types of fish in Uganda. It is affordable, with each costing between Shs5,000 and Shs10,000 and can be cooked and enjoyed in… Read more »

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