When asked to evaluate how the world might prioritize the spending of $75 billion (US), a panel of leading economists has named the fi ght against malnutrition as the key priority. The eminent Copenhagen Consensus 2012 Expert Panel, which includes four Nobel Laureates, has adjudged that fighting malnourishment should be the top priority for policy-makers and philanthropists. This year-long project (the third of its kind, and which involves more than 65 researchers) culminated in the identifi cation of “bundled interventions to reduce malnutrition in pre-schoolers” as the smartest way to allocate money in response to 10 of the world’s biggest challenges.
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