Transform Nutrition: Kenya Stakeholder Mapping Report

Institute of Development Studies
Publication Date:
28 February 2013
Nutrition, Kenya

Undernutrition in early life is responsible for the deaths of millions of young children annually, it reduces the amount of schooling children attain and increases the likelihood of their being poor as adults, if they survive. The human and economic costs are enormous, and yet the rate of undernutrition reduction remains glacial. While research tells us what interventions work to address undernutrition, scaling up is not happening quickly enough.




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