Nutrition Critical: Why We Must Act Now to Tackle Child Malnutrition
This report comes at a critical moment. 2021 will be a Nutrition for Growth ‘year of action’. It will offer multiple opportunities for governments, donors, the United Nations (UN) and other multilateral agencies, NGOs and businesses and leaders around the world to build momentum, make sure nutrition is high on political agendas and make the commitments urgently needed to end malnutrition for all.
If a wide range of stakeholders make ambitious commitments through Nutrition for Growth, the world can turn a corner. This report outlines Save the Children’s five nutrition-critical priorities to drive the required progress.
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January 11, 2021