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The Gambia is Losing USD83 million Per Year Due to Child Malnutrition, Study Shows

COHA studies have so far been conducted in 26 countries, the overall results of which show that the economies of these countries have suffered an estimated loss to GDP of between 1.9 per cent and 16.5 per cent every year due to child undernutrition.

The Gambia is Losing USD83 million Per Year Due to Child Malnutrition, Study Shows

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