Nutrition Program Aims To Address Stunting Among Malawian Children

VOA News: Aid Group: Stunting Affects Nearly Half of Malawi’s Children
“Stunted growth caused by malnutrition affects … up to 50 percent of children in the southern African nation of Malawi. There’s no cure for stunting, which can cause developmental and physical problems, but good nutrition from an early age can easily prevent it. A program led by the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation and the World Food Program is trying to provide that nutrition to Malawian children. VOA’s Anita Powell talks to project coordinator Georgina Fekete via Skype from Ntchisi district, Malawi…” (Powell, 6/8).

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