Rising temperatures and extreme weather are having a huge impact on already vulnerable communities.
Providing children with the nutrition they need means they can fulfil their potential and build a brighter, healthier future.
A child with severe acute malnutrition, the most life-threatening form of hunger, is nine times more likely to die than a healthy child.
Severe acute malnutrition is damaging to a child’s health. If left untreated, it puts their lives at risk and harms their future chances in life. It can make a child more vulnerable to health problems and disease. It means they will find it hard to concentrate or do well at school, and it will have an impact on them as adults too.