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In #Xiengkhouang #Laos, many children suffer from #malnutrition. This boy is one of them. SOS Children's Villages help the most vulnerable of these children regain their health at the malnutrition program in Xiengkhouang.

In #Xiengkhouang #Laos, many children suffer from #malnutrition. This boy is one of them. SOS Children's Villages help the most vulnerable of these children regain their health at the malnutrition program in Xiengkhouang.

UNICEF Executive Director: The first 1,000 days of a child's life last forever.

UNICEF Executive Director: The first 1,000 days of a child's life last forever.

A nurse at the Wonsan City Baby Home, a state-run orphanage in Wonsan City on the south-eastern coast of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, measures a girl against a UNICEF-supplied growth monitoring chart. UNICEF is working with the Government to find alternatives to institutional care for orphans or children abandoned by their parents.  © UNICEF/Dan Thomas  http://www.unicef.org

A nurse at the Wonsan City Baby Home, a state-run orphanage in Wonsan City on the south-eastern coast of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, measures a girl against a UNICEF-supplied growth monitoring chart. UNICEF is working with the Government to find alternatives to institutional care for orphans or children abandoned by their parents. © UNICEF/Dan Thomas http://www.unicef.org

14 August 2013 - Women and their malnourished children rest in a nutrition treatment centre expanded with UNICEF support, in a Bangui hospital in Central African Republic. The Central African Republic is one of the world’s poorest countries, with one of the highest rates of under-five mortality? Resurgent conflict has worsened conditions, leaving 1.2 million people – 600,000 of them children – without access to basic services like water and health care.©UNICEF/Brian Sokol

14 August 2013 - Women and their malnourished children rest in a nutrition treatment centre expanded with UNICEF support, in a Bangui hospital in Central African Republic. The Central African Republic is one of the world’s poorest countries, with one of the highest rates of under-five mortality? Resurgent conflict has worsened conditions, leaving 1.2 million people – 600,000 of them children – without access to basic services like water and health care.©UNICEF/Brian Sokol

Help a Malnourished Child Survive Through Emergency Feeding - For many children in developing countries, there is no promise of a next meal. Millions suffer from malnutrition, which can stunt growth, affect development, and even cause death. Through Compassion’s Therapeutic Feeding Intervention, children gain access to food and medicine. Parents also receive training for treating moderate to severe malnutrition.

Help a Malnourished Child Survive Through Emergency Feeding - For many children in developing countries, there is no promise of a next meal. Millions suffer from malnutrition, which can stunt growth, affect development, and even cause death. Through Compassion’s Therapeutic Feeding Intervention, children gain access to food and medicine. Parents also receive training for treating moderate to severe malnutrition.

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14 May 2013 -  Poverty reductions in Nepal have accompanied significant gains in child nutrition. But the poorest children, who have the least access to vital services, remain most vulnerable. Jamuna Saud, her family’s sole provider since the death of her husband, works all day to support her children in Biraltoli Village. A joint UNICEF/EU programme is providing nutrition screenings for children in the impoverished village. ©UNICEF/Shehzad Noorani www.unicef.org/photography

14 May 2013 - Poverty reductions in Nepal have accompanied significant gains in child nutrition. But the poorest children, who have the least access to vital services, remain most vulnerable. Jamuna Saud, her family’s sole provider since the death of her husband, works all day to support her children in Biraltoli Village. A joint UNICEF/EU programme is providing nutrition screenings for children in the impoverished village. ©UNICEF/Shehzad Noorani www.unicef.org/photography

Malnutrition is in involved in more than 1/3 of all childhood deaths globally. Join Operation Baby Rescue as we work to remove impoverished children from the fatal path of malnutrition. http://worldhelp.net/rescue/

Malnutrition is in involved in more than 1/3 of all childhood deaths globally. Join Operation Baby Rescue as we work to remove impoverished children from the fatal path of malnutrition. http://worldhelp.net/rescue/

Donate to give a child the opportunity to attend schools and break the cycle of poverty for their families and themselves: http://www.universalgiving.org/donate/scholarships_for_rural_childre/id3710.do

Donate to give a child the opportunity to attend schools and break the cycle of poverty for their families and themselves: http://www.universalgiving.org/donate/scholarships_for_rural_childre/id3710.do

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