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UNICEF-WFP missions save lives in South Sudan

UNICEF and the World Food Programme reached a milestone today in war-torn South Sudan.

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Ebola crisis: UNICEF 95 percent unfunded in Sierra Leone

UNICEF says funding is urgently needed for its relief mission in Sierra Leone, one of the countries impacted by the Ebola virus.

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100M people saved from hunger over last decade – UN

ROME, Italy (UPDATED) – The number of hungry people in the world has dropped by 100 million over the last 10 years, though one in nine are still undernourished, with Asia home to the majority of the underfed, the United Nations said Tuesday, September 16. 537 more words

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Severe nutrition crisis in Ulang, South Sudan

Towns in Upper Nile state of South Sudan are showing extremely high rates of malnutrition. The United Nations, in a report issued today, said an assessment in Ulang showed a global acute malnutrition rate of 45 percent. 15 more words

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Kenya: refugees malnourished, funding at risk

Over 43,000 victims of South Sudan‘s war have fled to Kenya, but hunger has followed them. A report from the UN World Food Programme… 20 more words

Global Hunger

Straight, No Chaser: Malnutrition


Do you know someone so poor that eating is a constant concern? Do you have a child who is a finicky eater? Have you ever been concerned that your child might become malnourished? 907 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

Parkinson's Disease Eating Well Talk

Last Saturday I went along to the Aylesbury Parkinson’s Disease support group and gave a presentation on eating well.  I think it was a much appreciated session, there were lots of questions and people seemed to be very grateful for the information. 504 more words

Eating Well For Specific Health Conditions