Inside Philanthropy Highlights Funders Taking Action On Malnutrition

Inside Philanthropy: It’s the World’s Biggest Health Problem. Who’s Paying Attention to Malnutrition?
“Malnutrition — a blanket term covering conditions such as wasting, stunting, obesity and lack of adequate vitamins and minerals — is the world’s biggest health problem. … So while malnutrition doesn’t get the attention of global health problems like malaria and HIV/AIDS, you can see why some top funders would be paying close attention…” (Moses, 11/29).

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