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malnutrition is a global issue

Despite global and national efforts for improving child health and availability of nutrition interventions, malnutrition remains a significant burden in developing countries. It continues to be the foremost cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, particularly in developing countries (Black et al., 2008 ). Fifty per cent of child deaths in the developing countries are related to the consequences of malnutrition. Victora et al. (2008 ) ascertained that malnutrition is a significant contributing factor for infant and child mortality, poor nutritional status during childhood and also an important implication for adult economic activities. The Director of Lugarawa Youth Foundation Mr Romanus Mgimba is educating 6 mothers who are having a malnourished children who are Admitted at St Joseph's Mission Hospital Peramiho



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