In this modern era, nearly everyone has their own ‘Aladdin’s lamp’. Therefore, for many of us, we rarely go hungry. Over-eating has become the new norm.
Rates of malnutrition are in danger of rising amid the COVID-19 (C-19) pandemic.
The word “malnutrition” tends to invoke images of starving children in refugee camps, fleeing conflict or drought in lands far-away.
The Health Ministry launches the Cambodia Nutrition Project 2019-2024.
A gov’t-NGO collaboration to reduce child malnutrition in the Kingdom by 2023.
The Australian owners of a restaurant in Timor-Leste are hoping to use their passion for local cuisine to combat malnutrition in the tiny Southeast Asian nation.
Malnutrition among children is affecting the country’s socio-economic development.
All United Nations member countries have committed themselves to eradicate hunger and malnutrition in all its forms by 2030.
The government unveils four strategies to eliminate malnutrition in the country, especially among children.
Government officials claim an end to hunger thanks to food security improvements.