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Plumpy’doz distribution fights malnutrition in Madagascar’s remote south

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ITAMPOLO, Madagascar, 14 October 2011 – It is 7.30 a.m. in the village of Itampolo, on Madagascar’s remote south-west coast. Outside the village health centre, Tilda Rainivomalala, 35, is among a group of women and children waiting in the shade of a mango tree. She has 10 children, and today she has brought Mahatratse, one, and Momoni, four, to the health centre to be screened for malnutrition.

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