About 40 percent of children under 5 in sub-Saharan Africa are stunted, or short for their age, a result of problems such as chronically poor nutrition, inadequate maternal and child care, and repeated bouts of infectious disease. A new study has found that a broad effort to address the problem -- like that used by the Millennium Villages Project -- that includes improved farming techniques and diet, better access to health care, disease control and other services may help reduce the problem. In this video, the researchers explain their work.
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Everyone is Everyone, let's stay together and feed all of us. Sounds good to me.
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I hope all that can help will
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Sad and serious problem ppl.
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Via discourse solutions will be found.
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