By the time you have read this page, a child will have died from malnutrition.
This is happening in a world where there is enough food to feed everyone. We have the tools, science, and innovations to turn things around.
Globally, 45% of all child deaths under five are attributable to malnutrition – the biggest single leading cause of mortality. Poor nutrition in the first 1,000 days of life, from conception to age two, has been correlated with significant decreases in IQ, educational attainment, and earning potential¹. This critical window sets the foundation for a child’s life, as losses during this time are irreversible.