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Child malnutrition a huge regional challenge: study

A large-scale study has highlighted the “triple burden” of child malnutrition in Southeast Asia – coexistence of undernutrition, micronutrient deficiencies and overweight/obesity. These three burdens often coexist in the same country and can even occur in the same family.The study of nearly 14,000 children aged ...

Vietnam aims to reduce malnutrition among ethnic minority children

Vietnam plans to reduce the rate of underweight and malnourished children under five to less than 15 percent by 2030. The target is set in a programme on the protection and development of ethnic minorities for 2021-2030 which has been approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan ...

FAO calls for urgent actions to end hunger and malnutrition in Vietnam

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Representative in Vietnam Albert Lieberg called for urgent actions to end hunger and malnutrition at a meeting in Hanoi on October 14 on the occasion of World Food Day (October 16). The FAO representative said unhealthy diets, combined with ...

Agreement signed targeting to improve nutritional status for Vietnamese children

The Ministry of Health (MoH) and Amway Vietnam on April 23 signed a cooperation agreement on the continuous implementation of a project aimed at improving nutrition for children under five in Vietnam during 2019-2020.Officially launched in 2014, Nutrilite Power of 5 is a social programme ...

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