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Findings Could Help Slash Child Malnutritioni
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July 16, 2013 10:45 PM
Experts say funding child nutrition is the highest profit-yielding strategy any country can take. If children are starving, they get sick more easily, need more costly health care, and earn less than adults who had the right nutrition. VOA’s Carol Pearson reports on the economics of preventing child malnutrition.

Findings Could Help Slash Child Malnutrition

Published July 16, 2013

Experts say funding child nutrition is the highest profit-yielding strategy any country can take. If children are starving, they get sick more easily, need more costly health care, and earn less than adults who had the right nutrition. VOA’s Carol Pearson reports on the economics of preventing child malnutrition.


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