The state of the world’s children 2019
Children, food and nutrition: Growing well in a changing world
For the first time in 20 years, UNICEF’s flagship report examines the issue of children, food and nutrition, providing a fresh perspective on a rapidly evolving challenge.
This 2019 edition of The State of the World’s Children (SOWC) examines the issue of children, food and nutrition, providing a fresh perspective on a rapidly evolving challenge. Despite progress in the past two decades, one third of children under age 5 are malnourished – stunted, wasted or overweight – while two thirds are at risk of malnutrition and hidden hunger because of the poor quality of their diets. At the center of this challenge is a broken food system that fails to provide children with the diets they need to grow healthy. This report also provides new data and analyses of malnutrition in the 21st century and outlines recommendations to put children’s rights at the heart of food systems.
Ca sĩ Phương Vy chia sẻ về bữa ăn đủ dinh dưỡng cho con
Là một ca sỹ bận rộn với các lịch trình, nhưng Phương Vy luôn quan tâm và chăm chút cho bữa ăn của con mình. Hãy cùng lắng nghe những chia sẻ của cô về một bữa ăn giàu dinh dưỡng cho con nhé! Và đừng quên để lại một 💙 để cùng ủng hộ Phuong Vy Idol và UNICEF các bạn nhé! Để biết thêm thông tin chi tiết, vui lòng truy cập: https://uni.cf/2MGlwbl __ A healthy eating habit is essential for the long-term health of children. If you agree with Phuong Vy Idol and UNICEF, comment a 💙 below! For more information: https://uni.cf/33BYObnPosted by UNICEF Viet Nam - Quỹ Nhi Đồng Liên Hợp Quốc on Tuesday, October 15, 2019
The report's executive summary, also available in English, French, Spanish and Arabic for download on this page, summarizes the report’s findings and asks key stakeholders to put children first, at the centre of the world’s food and nutrition challenge.
The State of the World’s Children report's accompanying regional briefs, available for download here, set out regional data, key messages, a case study and policy recommendations.
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