UNICEF Conference In India To Explore Sanitation Improvement To Prevent Malnutrition, Stunting

New York Times: Talks in India to Focus on Link Between Hygiene and Growth
“Responding to new research that links childhood malnutrition with poor sanitation, UNICEF began a conference [in New Delhi] Monday to explore ways of encouraging better hygiene so children can avoid the devastating consequences of stunting…” (Harris, 11/10).

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