Think we can't end global malnutrition by 2030? Think again

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There is a public health crisis that is threatening the health and lives of men, women and children across our planet at an alarming rate, and the richest nations are affected as well as the poorest. And the sad truth is that many nations in the world have not made addressing the crisis a high enough priority to successfully combat it. We are not talking about Ebola, which has claimed the lives of some 5,000 people worldwide. Malnutrition — in the form of stunting, obesity, heart disease and early death — affects at least 2 billion people worldwide.

Read the full article by Lawrence Haddad in the Huffington Post.