- n not having enough food to develop or function normally
- In the great drought of 1888, a third of the population is said to have died from malnourishment and disease.
- As Davis points out, more than three billion people around the world suffer from malnourishment and yet, ironically, efforts to increase food production have actually produced food .
- Five years ago, 13 babies died of malnourishment in coastal Fujian province after they were fed formula that contained little or no nutritional value.
News & Articles
- 2 out of 3 People Face Hunger as Haiti Woes Mount
Two-thirds of Haiti's people face hunger and malnourishment as problems worsen in storms' wake
June 10, 2013 - ABC News
- 5 Ideas For Improving Global Food Security, From University Students
The finalists in the Thought for Food Challenge have some helpful ideas on how we’re going to feed everyone in the world, from reclaiming land to building vertical farms. If we’re going to feed 9 billion people by 2050, humanity is going to need some new ideas. Current practices--which lead to over-farming and obesity in one part of the world, and under-development and malnourishment in another ...
June 7, 2013 - Fast Company Magazine
- Justine Elliot in Australia.TO
This plan is about reducing potential pain, malnourishment and discomfort for older Australians,the Minister for Ageing, Mrs Justine Elliot said.
- Ibrahim al-Jaafari in New York Times
At his news conference, Mr. Jaafari said the troops who stormed the building found "signs of malnourishment" among the 173 men and teenage boys, and that "there was some talk that they had been tortured."
- Bjorn in Melbourne Herald Sun
Bjorn Lomborg, author of A Sceptical Environmentalist, said: "The Nobel Prize committee should have focused on the other great forgotten problems like malnourishment, malaria, the lack of free trade in farming, rather than climate change."