Celebrating nutrition achievements
This might not seem like a big thing but…at the end of the day…its pretty important stuff.
You see…not long ago, it was common for children under the age of 5 to receive treatment for severe malnutrition in this Ethiopian community.
But now check this out…since UNICEF got involved…over the past three years, malnutrition rates have dropped from 20 per cent to 5 per cent, and severe malnutrition rates have dropped from 5 per cent to about 1 per cent.
Obviously more work needs to be done…but for now…I guess you can say we are impressed with the progress made….we hope you are too.
Video above…story below: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/ethiopia_70117.html
DIY Smoothie Fruity Coconut Milk Ice Cubes Recipes from Oh Joy! here. Juice, smoothie mixtures and coconut are used for these summer ice cubes. *Photos: Julia Stotz. Art direction and concept: Oh Joy.
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