Malnutrition

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One in four children don’t grow properly because they don’t have enough of the right food. This lack of nutrients, vitamins and calories is called malnutrition.

Malnutrition is responsible for nearly half of all deaths of children under five. Millions more children live with the effects for the rest of their lives, because their bodies and brains haven’t developed the way they should.

Around the world, five malnourished children die every minute as a result of malnutrition.

Find out how you can take part in Unicef’s Day for Change with your school to help malnourished children to grow up healthy and strong at unicef.uk/day4change

Watch all the films First News has made with Unicef here.

 

 

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w3stlife · 4 years ago

This stuff is so helpful