200 million children under the age of five in the developing world suffer from chronic undernutrition, causing one-third of deaths in children under five, the United Nations Children’s Fund says

by BBC News

Poor child nutrition still causes major problems in the developing world – despite some progress, experts say. A third of deaths in children under five in those countries are linked to poor diet, a report by Unicef suggests.

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