Malnutrition Poses ‘Challenge Of Our Time,’ World Food Prize Winners Say

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Malnutrition the ‘challenge of our time,’ say award winners
“Malnutrition is the ‘challenge of our time,’ with diet-related disease afflicting almost every country in the world, the winners of a $250,000 prize dubbed the Nobel for agriculture said on Monday. David Nabarro and Lawrence Haddad, who were jointly awarded this year’s World Food Prize, are jointly credited with cutting the number of stunted children in the world by 10 million by lobbying governments and donors to improve nutrition…” (Win, 6/25).

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