Improving Nutrition Crucial To Preventing Child Deaths, Melinda Gates Says
Wall Street Journal: Melinda Gates Fights Childhood Malnutrition
“Fighting malnutrition is one of the most cost-effective — and under-appreciated — ways to save children’s lives in the developing world, said Melinda Gates, co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, one of the world’s wealthiest charities. And the best ways to fight childhood malnutrition are breastfeeding, supplementing foods with vitamins, developing vitamin-rich crops and, yes, possibly using biotech crops, Ms. Gates said in an interview in Brussels…” (Dalton, 6/5).
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