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Nutrition-Related Noncommunicable Disease Country Profiles


Evidence increasingly supports the hypothesis that maternal undernutrition, as well as in-utero and infant and young child undernutrition, increase the risk of developing nutrition-related noncommunicable disease (N-RNCD) later in life. SPRING has conducted descriptive analyses in selected regions and countries to explore where future risks may lie and to identify how undernutrition programs may need to be tailored to reduce health problems as children and adolescents reach adulthood.

View the N-RNCD Regional Profile for Africa

View the N-RNCD Regional Profile for South and Southeast Asia

Download select country profiles below: