Feinstein and FAO Researchers Publish on Child Acute Malnutrition

Child acute malnutrition remains a persistent scourge affecting an estimated 50 million children around the world, despite ongoing efforts to reduce it.

The Feinstein International Center and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have co-produced a Food and Nutrition Bulletin Supplement, examining the basic drivers of child acute malnutrition and how they can be addressed.

More than 30 authors have produced nine research articles and two short research communications, ranging from multi-country studies of systems and institutions, to location-specific primary research on the drivers of malnutrition.

Read the open-access articles in Food and Nutrition Bulletin here.