Despite the progress made over the past few decades, malnutrition remains a leading global challenge and a major obstacle to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Eighty-eight percent of all countries face a serious burden of at least two of the three forms of malnutrition undernutrition, micronutrient deficiencies and overweight/obesity.1 Worldwide, stunting still affects 155 million children, and 52 million children are wasted. Two billion people are micronutrient deficient, while another 2 billion adults and 41 million children are overweight or obese.1 The global community is off-course to meet the agreed-upon global nutrition targets.
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