World Bank Partners With Madagascar To Reduce Childhood Stunting, Promote Nutrition

World Bank: Reducing Childhood Stunting with a New Adaptive Approach
This post discusses the social and economic effects of childhood stunting and highlights a World Bank partnership with Madagascar aimed at helping the country maintain and expand its National Community Nutrition Program. The post notes, “Madagascar has set reducing stunting in children under five years of age as one of its main goals, and its partnership with the World Bank will help the country promote good nutrition and development from the earliest days of children’s lives” (9/28).

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