International Community Should Focus More On Nutrition Security, U.N. Official Says

Huffington Post U.K.: U.N. Fears That Next Generation Could Have Worse Nutrition Than Parents
“The United Nations is concerned that this generation of children could be less well-nourished than the previous, living in developed nations hit by devastating economic crisis. David Nabarro, U.N. special representative for food security and nutrition, told the Huffington Post U.K. that nutrition of the next generation was a key concern for the international body, rather than just the amount of food a child was given to eat…” (Elgot, 2/15).

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