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Dr. Sangita Reddy Oct 21
in Indian children under-5yrs is an area of major concern. It is far more serious than short height compared to age. It is a sign that children are not developing well, physically and mentally, particularly in the first 1,000 days.
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Conner Mullally Oct 21
Happy to report that we have an updated draft of our paper on chicken transfers in Guatemala: . Despite the best efforts of reviewers to make me cry, we still show major impacts on height and weight among girls. , ,
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Asad Ali MBBS, MPH Oct 22
Maternal is known to cause childhood , but what about father's malnutrition? If father's health doesn't matter, why do horse breeders pay so much for stallion contracts? May be there are epigenetic influences from the father that we don't know as yet.
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian 5h
is a triple burden: leading to . and . The picture that emerges is a troubling one: far too many children and young people are eating too little healthy food and too much unhealthy food
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Aimable Uwimana Oct 22
Good progress whereby has been reducing! Kudos to some players like
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ELMA Philanthropies Oct 22
From : "The # of stunted children in sub-Saharan Africa has grown, not fallen, since 2000." The need is high for "courageous action" like initiative, which aims to halve in in the next decade.
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Vivian A Welch Oct 15
Starting now! Exemplars in and global health, yucatan, 1st floor
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Ruth Lundie Oct 18
If you concerned about the economy, about adult productivity, about education, about potential of children. Then you must care about in . This is everyone's concern. Let us all work towards
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Mr. Woodley ™ Oct 19
Special thanks to Trojan Man Brandon™️ for coming out to the game to support the Trojan 🏈 team!
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Embrace Oct 18
Today, the is at the which is a conference discussing programmes and initiatives aimed at ending . aims to end all stunting in South Africa by 2030.
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DGMT Oct 18
It was an honour to join the Seminar and engage with First Lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe about the progress made locally and internationally on towards the goal of by 2030.
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Philstar.com Oct 15
Dayanghirang: When we encounter , the hostility we ascribe to them might come from and circumstances not immediately present. | via covering
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Wondayferam Gemeda Guluma Oct 16
In regions like level reaches an alarming level of 48.7%. Its timely if not let prioritizing this issue.
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Embrace Oct 18
Regional Director for Dr Richard Pendame showing how affects the brain. The image shows the brain of 2 children of the same age where one brain has stunted growth and the other has zero stunting.
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1,000 Days Oct 18
😃 Food is joy. 💪 Food is survival. 💙 Food is life. Yet, globally, millions of children are held back by , wasting or overweight because they lack nutritious foods. We're with : it’s time to end in all its forms.
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REFORM PARTY 21h
Feel deeply sorry today as I loose my hope in I voted for him and twice in NA 243. Was hoping that at least he will end and . But poor chap failed.
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SNV Indonesia Oct 17
and . facilitated women organization on their central role on food and nutrition security, especially for prevention and reduction effort in ! for
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The Power of Nutrition Oct 17
Today marks International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Undernutrition causes which keeps trapped in cycles of poor health, disease and 🔁. To invest in children’s futures and the break the we must 💪
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Sushma Joshi Oct 21
How formative are the early years? Interviewed a young artist today & conclude first few years of life sets the foundation for one's entire life. Early childhood nutrition & education is crucial--Nepal is betraying 34% of its children.
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Ashish Jha Oct 16
Replying to @AshishKumarJha_
(that is, who have low weight for their height, reflecting acute undernutrition). : the share of children under the age of five who are stunted (that is, who have low height for their age, reflecting chronic undernutrition).
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