Child Malnutrition in Low and Middle-Income Countries: Determinants, Implications and Opportunities for Social Entrepreneurship

2014
Page count
10
pages
Description

This article summarises the state of knowledge on the prevalence, implications, and determinants of child malnutrition in Low and Middle Income countries, and it discusses the type of interventions developed to tackle it. It identifies the critical knowledge gaps and key questions that future research should address, and highlights how social entrepreneurs could contribute in addressing the challenge.

Publish date
Authors
A. Georgiadis
Language of publication
English
Region/Country
Region
Global
Sector