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Opinion: Evidence to Inform Nutrition Policy and Programs

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Malnutrition is widespread in low- and middle-income countries but relatively little progress has been achieved in
implementing nutritional solutions at scale to create lasting impact. Many efficacy studies have shown why children are malnourished but fewer show how to address the problems. Food fortification or biofortification to improve food quality may offer more long-term solutions to nutritional problems. However, malnutrition is multi-factor problem and not just due to poor diet but also to poverty, cultural and social factors; other scientists, health workers, engineers need
to work with nutritionists to improve sanitation, educate, provide clean water, reduce food losses etc.

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Year 2014
Authors David I Thurnham
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/FWXO7219
DOI Number 10.52439/NEOQ9210
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