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stunt

1
a person, animal, or plant that has been stunted

stunt

2
an acrobatic or dangerous piece of action in a film or television programme

stunt

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(plant pathology)
Any of several plant diseases marked by reduction in size of the plant.
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For example, it is estimated that between 40 and 67 per cent of the working population in Egypt, Ethiopia, Uganda and Swaziland was stunted as children.
They said stunted children suffer delayed growth and their brains do not develop as they should and asked the authorities concerned to start an awareness drive for improving maternal and child health.
Because 90 percent of brain development is known to happen before the age of 5, a child who is severely malnourished, hence stunted at that age, will never reach full brain and physical development.
ISLAMABAD: Health experts Friday claimed that over 44 percent children under five years are stunted in Pakistan due to chronic malnutrition.According to them, stunted children suffer delayed growth and their brains do not develop as they should and asked the authorities concerned to start an awareness drive for improving maternal and child health.
Kekurangan energi dan zat gizi merupakan faktor risiko kejadian stunted pada anak usia 1-3 tahun yang tinggal di wilayah kumuh perkotaan surakarta.
How can any country hope to prosper when well over a third of its children are stunted, which can cause numerous health, cognition and long-term productivity risks?
The global nutrition targets for 2025 are 40 per cent reduction in the number of children under five who are stunted; 50 per cent reduction of anaemia in women of reproductive age; 30 per cent reduction in low birth weight; no increase in childhood overweight; increase the rate of exclusive breastfeeding in the first six months up to at least 50 per cent; and reduce and maintain childhood wasting to less than five per cent.
IANS New Delhi Stunting among children under five has fallen globally from 32.6 percent in 2000 to 22.2 percent in 2017, but India is home to almost a third of the world's stunted children, according to Global Nutrition Report.
AN NGO, Society Legislative Advocacy Center, (CISLAC), has disclosed that an estimated 520 million USD per year is required to deliver basic nutrition service in Nigeria just as it said that nine Northern states contribute over 50% of stunted children in Nigeria with Kano having the highest number of stunted children of 1.4 million.
Result: Of the 304 children assessed, 117(38.5%) were stunted, 58(19.1 %) were wasted and 101(33.2 %) were underweight with no gender discrimination.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Malnutrition is a major cause of stunted growth in children, but new UCL research on mothers and children in Egypt suggests that the problem is not just about quantity of food but also quality.