New Brief Details Drivers of Stunting Reduction in Vietnam

NEW BRIEF DETAILS DRIVERS OF STUNTING REDUCTION IN VIETNAM

by A4NH | June 25, 2020

Vietnam has achieved significant progress in reducing undernutrition over the past several decades, but ethnic minority groups are being systematically left behind and this is limiting progress on national reductions. The Vietnam Story of Change in Nutrition study aims to understand the history, contemporary treatment, and future of nutrition in Vietnam, including policy and practice in relation to undernutrition with a focus on equity for Vietnam’s 53 ethnic minority groups. A new brief aims to highlight the main findings and give recommendations on how to tackle the remaining pockets of high malnutrition in Vietnam.

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