Africa’s economic development depends on improved nutrition

The deficits created by childhood malnutrition can permanently suppress a person's long-term earnings potential.

UN Photo: Albert González Farran
A nurse measures the arm of a severely malnourished child at a clinic in El Fasher, Sudan in September 2013.
Strive Masiyiwa
Published: Thursday, 01/22/2015 11:28 pm EST
Last Updated: Tuesday, 01/27/2015 7:11 pm EST

More than two billion people still suffer from poor nutrition.

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