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Undernourishment

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 2: Zero Hunger

Organizations relating to Undernourishment

FIAN International / Est. 1986
International Fund 'Hungry Child'
World Association for the Struggle Against Hunger / Est. 1957
Centre for World Hunger Control, Paris
Hunger Project / Est. 1977
Self-Help International / Est. 1959
European Food Banks Federation / Est. 1986
International Blue Crescent / Est. 1999
Canadian Foundation for World Development / Est. 1977
IGU Commission on Geography of Famine and Vulnerable Food Systems / Est. 1992
Liaison et action contre le faim
World Hunger Year / Est. 1975
Global Hunger Alliance / Est. 2001
Action Against Hunger / Est. 1979
More and Better
Catholic Committee Against Hunger and for Development / Est. 1961
Self Help Development International / Est. 1984
Association to Fight Hunger in the World
Presbyterian Hunger Program / Est. 1969
International Famine Centre
African Starvation and Hunger Relief Fund / Est. 1985
Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization / Est. 1973
Du pain pour chaque enfant / Est. 2002
Medical Association for the Prevention of War, UK / Est. 1951
Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa

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World Problems relating to Undernourishment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Nutritional deficiencies
Anorexia nervosa
Protein-energy malnutrition
Hunger
Anoxia
Famine
Starvation
Child malnutrition
Malnutrition
Maternal malnutrition
Denial of right to sufficient food
Disruption of food supply due to military activities
Physiological malnutrition arising from mental factors
Damage to infant brains from malnutrishment
Subsistence-level malnutrition
Starving for attention
Man-made famine
Inadequate immune responses in malnourished persons
Conflicting land rights
Export of nutritious food by starving countries
Obstacles to learning due to hunger
Malnutrition among indigenous peoples

Action Strategies relating to Undernourishment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Combating hunger
Reducing famine
Improving access of rural poor to credit
Supplying basic nutritional needs
Studying nutrition-based illness
Using oral rehydration therapy
Correcting nutritional deficiencies
Fighting hunger by developing leaders
Relieving spiritual hunger
Solving hunger problem through empowerment
Researching causes of starvation
Reducing man-made famine
Eradicating thirst
Educating about diarrhoeal diseases
Refusing to eat

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