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Poor diets damaging children’s health, warns UNICEF
In Viet Nam, one in three children under five is either undernourished or overweight
To support the Government in Revitalising of the National Iodine Deficiency Disorders Programme and Implementation of Government Decree 09 on Mandatory Food
1 in 7 babies worldwide born with a low birthweight – The Lancet Global Health, UNICEF, WHO
The number of low birthweight babies stayed almost constant in Viet Nam over 15 years.
Joint Press Statement: WHO and UNICEF call on Vietnamese authorities to enforce food fortification regulations
Viet Nam: Launch of the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement
Iodising Salt and Fortifying Flour: The best investment
Protecting the growth and development of today’s children is the key to fuelling tomorrow’s economic and social development.
Salt Iodisation in Viet Nam
UNICEF Viet Nam supported documentation and analysis of the history, achievements and current status of the salt iodisation programme in Viet Nam
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