3 projects keeping food on the table in Bangladesh

Women work in a rice processing mill in Munshiganj, Bangladesh

Lack of nutritional food is still harming children in Bangladesh and negatively impacting their development. Image: REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

Jatinder Sidhu
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this chart shows how malnutrition is falling in Bangladesh, but it still has serious consequences
Malnutrition is falling in Bangladesh but it still has serious consequences. Image: Global Hunger Index
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