Levels and Trends in Child Malnutrition

by Chika Hayashi, Julia Krasevec, Richard Kumapley et al.
UNICEF / WHO / World Bank Group, 2017

Joint Child Malnutrition Estimates – Key findings of the 2017 edition

16 pp. 3.9 MB
https://data.unicef.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JME-2017-brochure-1.pdf

While malnutrition can manifest in multiple ways, the path to prevention is virtually identical: adequate maternal nutrition before and during pregnancy and lactation; optimal breastfeeding in the first two years of life; nutritious and safe foods in early childhood; and a healthy environment including access to basic services and opportunities for physical activity. These key ingredients can deliver a world where children are free from all forms of malnutrition.

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