1.1 million children could face malnutrition crisis in Afghanistan- UN

1.1 million children could face malnutrition crisis in Afghanistan- UN

Published: 11 hours ago By Vinisha Joshi

A latest report by United Nations state that 1.1 million children of Afghanistan under the age of five are most likely to face severe malnutrition as the admission of wasting-away, hungry children increase in the hospita....

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