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October 3, 2016

The World Bank’s president should be commended for his new drive. Children deserve a chance to grow, physically and mentally South Korean women are neither especially diminutive nor remarkably lofty. With a mean height of 162.3cm, they are 12.5cm taller than their Filipina peers, and 7.5cm shorter than Latvian women. But they stand out from […]

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September 22, 2016

By Ben Hobbs, Generation Nutrition Campaign Manager, and Christelle Hure, Action Against Hunger On the occasion of the UN General Assembly and a side event on the Decade of Action on Nutrition, Generation Nutrition is launching a scorecard that looks at how well 50 ‘high-burden’ countries are doing in setting national nutrition targets and reaching global ones.  The […]

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September 19, 2016

By Julie Espinosa 16 September 2016 David Fleming, vice president for public health impact at PATH, discusses the importance of a multisector response to malnutrition, overnutrition and micronutrient deficiency. With more health issues caused by nutritional problems than any other risk factor, nutrition is a leading target for intervention. So what are some of the […]

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