More Stunted Children in Africa, WHO Report Reveals
According to the WHO Regional Director for Africa Dr Matshidiso Moeti, "The numbers and trends highlighted in the report show that we need to work harder to avoid the long-term consequences of malnutrition and poor health on our children's future prosperity, including the increased risk of diet-related noncommunicable diseases such as diabetes and hypertension."
WHO, 16 November 2017
Critical gaps in data also a concern Read more »
New Times, 15 November 2017
Desire Nyandwi, 14 years old Read more »
Daily News, 16 November 2017
THE National Assembly was told on Tuesday that too many children in this country miss balanced diet -- a critical anomaly that endangers their mental state. What many families do… Read more »
FAO, 5 November 2017
Addressing health ministers from the G7 nations, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today stressed the critical need to transform food systems to ensure healthy… Read more »
Daily Trust, 9 November 2017
Despite efforts to stem malnutrition, children across Africa remain deeply impacted, says the Global Nutrition Report launched this week in Abidjan. Read more »
A baby being measured at Matapila clinic in Malawi (file photo).