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More News from Madagascar

The first parent in line for the screening was a father with a malnourished seven-month-old child. We later discovered that his wife died three weeks ago, leaving him with the sole care of six children, from seven months to seventeen years.

News from Madagascar

We focus on the first 1,000 days because that is where the ravages of malnutrition are the most severe. Children who are significantly malnourished during this critical period suffer irreparable damage to their brains.

Annual Statistical Report 2018

We screen children every six months by measuring height and weight. Using WHO (World Health Organization) guidelines. Nearly two thirds of the children we evaluate are malnourished.

Guatemala Nutritour 2018

Another group of volunteers have made the trek to Guatemala and back to participate in our 2018 Humanitarian Nutritour! Here are some pictures of their adventures.

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