Ahead of G7 Summit UNICEF calls for funding of USD 1.2 bln to tackle lethal child malnutrition

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As leaders prepare to meet at the G7 summit, United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is calling for USD 1.2 billion to prevent and treat severe wasting -- a lethal form of child malnutrition, said the Fund in its press release. Almost 8 million children under 5 in 15 crisis-hit countries are at risk of death from severe wasting unless they receive immediate therapeutic food and care - with the number rising by the minute, UNICEF warned.

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Devdiscourse Ahead of G7 Summit UNICEF calls for funding of USD 1.2 bln to tackle lethal child malnutrition As leaders prepare to meet at the G7 summit, United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is calling for USD 1.2 billion to prevent and treat severe wasting -- a lethal form of child malnutrition, said the Fund in its press release. Almost 8 million children under 5 in 15 crisis-hit countries are at risk of death from severe wasting unless they receive immediate therapeutic food and care - with the number rising by the minute, UNICEF warned.

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