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Published on Sep 12, 2011
It is universally agreed that child undernutrition is a major problem. Malnourished children are more susceptible to disease. Looking further along their lives, malnutrition will also lower their learning capacities, thus compromising their futures, perpetuating a generational cycle of poverty and malnutrition, with severe consequences on both individuals and nations. This is why agriculture is so important. Because no matter how it is defined, nutrition starts with what we eat. (c) FAO www.fao.org. Email for comments: firstname.lastname@example.org