Child nutrition programs can feed inequality: Model from South Africa shows how context shapes lives

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Interventions to improve nutrition, especially for children and pregnant women, can be critical for health, physical growth and cognitive development, enabling better lives and futures. Reams of policy papers will attest to the fact that if a government or a donor spends substantially on nutrition, the return on their investments—in lives improved or saved—will be high.

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