The vital link between agriculture and nutrition

Canada could do much more. It should restore aid for agriculture to at least $450 million per year.

Helen Keller International Photo
A group of women and children read educational materials on nutrition in Diffa, Niger.
Jim Cornelius
Published: Wednesday, 06/10/2015 12:00 am EDT

Nutrition is much on the global agenda these days. Canada has taken a strong leadership role in raising awareness of the importance of health and nutrition for the world’s poorest people. Strong financial support has backed up its words, helping to improve the lives of millions of the world’s most vulnerable mothers and children.

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