Additional $7B Over Next 10 Years Required To End Severe Malnutrition, Study Says

ONE Blog: Historic new analysis puts price tag on global malnutrition crisis
Eloise Todd, ONE’s global policy director, discusses a new report from the World Bank, Results for Development Institute, and 1,000 Days, which estimates “ending severe malnutrition worldwide will require an additional annual investment of $7 billion for the next 10 years,” as well as the launch of a ONE campaign “to mobilize its … members to urge their lawmakers to prioritize investments in basic nutrition programs” (4/17).

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