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Malnutrition among children is rife in Nigeria. What must be done

By Blessing Akombi-Inyang PhD, MPH, Lecturer in Global Health, UNSW
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Malnutrition is one of world’s major public health and development concerns. In Nigeria, the situation is dire. Currently, UNICEF says 5 in 10 children under five years old suffer from the effects of being malnourished. This has an overarching impact on the lives, future and productivity of Nigerian children. Ogechi Ekeanyanwu, from The Conversation…


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