Models suggest pandemic could increase world's maternal and child undernutrition rate by billions

An international team of researchers has found via modeling that the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting food distribution networks to the point that billions of mothers and their children living in at-risk places face undernutrition. In their paper published in the journal Nature Food, the group describes using economic indicators and early insights into food and health system disruptions to create their models and what they indicated.

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