Reports & Commentaries

Key for ideas

It is only a few years ago that hidden hunger became the object of wide public coverage in terms of health policies.

With its action alliance for the prevention of undernutrition and malnutrition worldwide, the second UN World Food Conference in Rome in 2014, made a major contribution to the fact that the micronutrient deficiency problem, via decision makers including the participants of the G7 summit in June 2015, receives more public attention and that this problem will be enshrined in national aid programs. Experts preparing the documents used for such summits in the background, compile a wealth of expertise regarding hidden hunger which will also help as a pool of ideas for the student competition Students4Kids 2016.

Reports & Commentaries

Mango Street Trees

Zambia is well-suited for mango trees. They thrive along the roads, in gardens, in schoolyards, around the villages, in the...
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