undernourished


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malnourished

Synonyms for undernourished

not getting adequate food

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It only takes P10 per day [P1,200 for six months] 'to bring back a hungry and undernourished child to a healthy state.
The highest rate of population growth is in developing countries and 16% of the population in these countries remains undernourished.
In Central Asia, the number of undernourished people in 2014-2016 amounted to 5.
The number of undernourished people rose from 200 to 224 million, accounting for 25 percent of the 815 million people undernourished in the world in 2016," said Bukar Tijani, FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Africa.
The FAO report, 2017 Regional Overview of Food Security and Nutrition has revealed that while food security has improved for millions of people in Asia and the Pacific, hunger and malnutrition appear to be rising in some areas, leaving roughly half-a-billion people undernourished.
According to Poe, massive government investment is needed for nutrition-focused programs, as one-third of the student population in public schools nationwide are undernourished.
According to the report, the number of undernourished people is the highest in Asia (520 million) followed by Africa (243 million).
There are 795 million undernourished people in the world today.
The researchers then compared offspring of the well-fed mothers with the offspring of undernourished mothers.
Ewes were mated and assigned as either control or undernourished group for each experiment.
Yet 776 million people in developing countries remain undernourished " about one person in six.
Regionally however, the study found that there are 33 million people in the Near East and North Africa region that are currently undernourished, up from 16.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A UN agency has announced that the prevalence of undernourishment decreased across the world during the past 25 years, thanks to the efforts of 72 countries reducing the number of undernourished population within their borders by half.
KARACHI -- Prevalence of undernourished young mothers leads to the birth of premature and small babies who are at a great risk of continuing to be undernourished with a high rate of death even in the first year of their life, said senior pediatrician, Prof.
1 (Petra)- The number of undernourished in the Near East and North Africa (NENA) has more than doubled since 1990 standing now at about 33 million peoples,UN Hunger Report said Tuesday.