1.1 million Afghan children could face severe malnutrition

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U.N. and other aid agencies were able to stave off outright famine after the Taliban takeover. But they are struggling to keep pace with relentlessly worsening conditions. Poverty is spiraling and making more Afghans in need of aid. As a result, the vulnerable are falling victim, including children and mothers.
Published 7 months ago · Kabul, Afghanistan

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1.1 million Afghan children could face severe malnutrition, UN says

Nazia said she had lost four children to malnutrition — two daughters and two sons under 2 years old

7 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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1.1 million Afghan children could face severe malnutrition

In Afghanistan, 1.1 million children under the age of 5 will likely face the most severe form of malnutrition this year, according to the U.N., as increasing numbers of hungry, wasting-away children are brought into hospital wards.

7 months ago·United States
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1.1 million Afghan children could face severe malnutrition

The United Nations says that in Afghanistan, 1.1 million children under the age of 5 will likely face the most severe form of malnutrition this year as increasing numbers of hungry, wasting-away children flow into hospital wards

7 months ago·United States
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1.1 million Afghan children could face severe malnutrition

In Afghanistan, 1.1 million children under the age of 5 will likely face the most severe form of malnutrition this year, according to the U.N., as increasing numbers of hungry, wasting-away children are brought into hospital wards.

7 months ago·Washington, United States
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1.1 million Afghan children could face severe malnutrition

In Afghanistan, 1.1 million children under the age of 5 will likely face the most severe form of malnutrition this year, according to the U.N., as increasing numbers of hungry, wasting-away children flow into hospital wards

7 months ago·Washington, United States
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1.1 million Afghan children could face severe malnutrition

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) — In Afghanistan, 1.1 million children under the age of 5 will likely face the most severe form of malnutrition this year, according to the U.N., as increasing numbers of hungry, wasting-away children are brought into hospital wards.U.N. and other aid agencies were able to stave off outright famine after the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan last year, rolling out a massive emergency aid program that fed millions. But they…

7 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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