Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM), the most extreme form of malnutrition, is a life-threatening condition that affects 16 million children worldwide and requires urgent treatment, including therapeutic food packets, programs to manage SAM at the community level, as well as malnutrition prevention programs.
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- What impact has UNICEF Kid Power had to date?
- Why is UNICEF Kid Power focused on ending global malnutrition?
- What is Severe Acute Malnutrition?
- What are therapeutic food packets?
- Where will UNICEF deliver the therapeutic food packets unlocked?
- Why is UNICEF Kid Power focused on increasing kids’ physical activity?
- How is a Kid Power Point measured?
- How many Kid Power Points does it take to unlock a therapeutic food packet?
- How are Kid Power Points converted to therapeutic food packets?
- Where does funding to convert points to therapeutic food packets come from?