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What is ‘stunting’ and why should we take action? | RFTRW: S13E01

31 January 2022

Malnutrition, poor diet and inadequate health services contribute to child stunting being one of the most complex global challenges, affecting over 100 million children. IOE research aims to take a holistic approach to improve the development of children across the world.

Lynn Ang and Jessica Massonie, Research for the Real World

Lynn Ang
Professor of Early Childhood

Jessica Massonie
Research Fellow

Emily MacLeod speaks to two IOE members involved in the ‘Action Against Stunting’ project, Professor Lynn Ang and Dr Jessica Massonie about their role in profiling children’s early development and early years environments in India, Indonesia and Senegal.

We hear about how the project is progressing, aspirations to change policy and practice and more.

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