Global Nutrition Report Examines Underlying Causes Of, Challenges To Ending Malnutrition By 2030

Food Tank: What Will it Take to End Global Malnutrition by 2030?
Alexina Cather of the New York City Food Policy Center discusses findings from the upcoming Global Nutrition Report, From Promise to Impact: Ending Malnutrition by 2030, writing, “This independent annual review explores the state of nutrition in the world, the underlying determinants of malnutrition, and the individual and societal challenges that accompany the global health crisis.” Cather notes the official launch of the report will take place on June 14 (6/9).

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