WHO Launches Online Tool to Help Combat Malnutrition

The World Health Organization has launched eLENA — e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions — as an online tool to help combat global malnutrition. This web-based initiative provides guidance for life saving nutrition interventions to assist governments and healthcare provides fighting malnutrition.

The library has aims to address the most prevalent types of malnutrition: overweight, obesity, under-nutrition, vitamin and mineral deficiencies.

Billions of people are globally affected by malnutrition on a daily basis. Thousands of scientific research papers have been combed through to bring the most pertinent and up-to-date information to help prevent this enormous non-communicable disease burden.

You can explore eLENA at http://www.who.int/elena/en/

Lets solve malnutrition, in our lifetime.

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