USAID, WFP Partner To Improve Nutrition, Health Care In Tajikistan

World Food Programme: The U.S. Government And the World Food Programme Partner To Defeat Malnutrition In Tajikistan
“The Prevention and Treatment of Moderate Acute Malnutrition Project funded by USAID supports the Government of Tajikistan in improving nutrition and health care in the Balkhi, Shahritus, Kulob, and Dusti districts of Khatlon and the Ayni district of Sughd. Through USAID support over the next four years, the World Food Programme plans to provide specialized nutritious food to over 24,000 malnourished children aged 6-59 months in more than 300 national primary health centers in targeted districts…” (1/29).

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