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Effort Commitment and Collaborations Towards a Malnutrition Free Kenya

Mombasa  April5,2024 Kenya has made significant strides in combating malnutrition, reducing stunting from 26% to 18% between 2014 and 2022 through global partnerships. The country's commitment to ending malnutrition is evident in its leadership in developing the Kenya Nutrition Action Plan (2023-2027) and hosting the 14th African Task Force on Food and Nutrition Development Meeting. 

This meeting underscores Kenya's dedication to regional collaboration and the importance of multi-sectoral efforts in addressing malnutrition's complex causes. 

With malnutrition causing substantial economic losses in Africa, we  emphasize the need for sustainable, homegrown solutions to achieve SDG2 targets by 2030.

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