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A Life Free from Hunger: Tackling Child Malnutrition
Celebrity Chef Cat Cora visits Save the Children’s nutrition programs in Ethiopia.
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Children Need Nutrition

A hidden malnutrition crisis is affecting one third of children in the developing world, impairing their development and leaving them vulnerable to deadly disease.

Save the Children's new report lays out proven, cost-effective solutions that allow children to lead healthier, more productive lives.

Facts and Stats

Malnutrition is more than hunger, but malnourished children are often painfully hungry. Causes of malnutrition include disease, poverty and food shortages.

Every hour of every day, 300 children die because of malnutrition. In America, more than 16 million kids aren't sure where their next meal will come from. Tonight, one in seven kids in the world will go to bed hungry.
Fight Malnutrition


Donate now to support Save the Children’s health and nutrition programs, which will help fight malnutrition, reduce hunger and provide needed health care to some of the world’s most vulnerable children.

 

 

 

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In fiscal year 2012, 89 percent of all expenditures went to program services. That percentage is an average for all Save the Children’s programs worldwide; the percentage spent in any particular program may vary.
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