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stunt

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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

[stənt]
(plant pathology)
Any of several plant diseases marked by reduction in size of the plant.
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Rwanda Stunting Prevention and Reduction Project will support community-based approaches, improve the delivery of high-impact nutrition and health interventions, incentivize frontline community health workers and health personnel, strengthen accountability mechanisms, and promote a learning-by-doing approach to draw lessons on what works and how it can be scaled up.
110 million has already been launched to reduce the stunting from 48 to 25 percent by 2021.
Statistically significant factors associated with stunting were illiteracy of mother, family size of >5 members, pregnancy>4 times, child mortality in last 6 months, absence of breastfeeding and no history of child vaccination(p<0.
The Sindh Enhancing Response to Reduce Stunting(SERRS) project will support the expansion of measures to improve the nutrition status of mothers and childrenin the 23 districts in Sindh where stunting rates are above 40 percent
Doctors later on told me that stunting after the first 1,000 days of a child's life is irreversible,' she said.
The speakers also emphasized that the main causes of stunting are poor maternal health, Infant young child feeding, repeated infections, poor personal hygiene and sanitation and maternal education.
We estimated stunting in 2050 using published modeled national calorie availability under two climate scenarios and a reference scenario (no climate change).
So malnutrition and stunting might be even higher in those areas," Children in the Palestinian territories featured surprisingly low in the international rankings, with a 10% prevalence of stunted growth, far better than some of the territories' wealthier neighbors.
Child malnutrition cost the Philippines P328 billion, about 3 percent of its gross domestic product, in one year in terms of education spending and lost productivity amid the rising hunger-related stunting, a global aid agency said on Tuesday.
An analysis of stunting rates and gross domestic product (GDP) in 127 developed and developing countries in the 2012 State of the World's Mothers report by Save the Children indicated that economic growth alone was not enough to prevent stunting.
Defenses countered by slanting [ILLUSTRATION FOR DIAGRAM 3 OMITTED] or by stunting the backside LB [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE DIAGRAM 4 OMITTED].
indicates that unlike drought-related stunting, the stunting from root-restricting small pots is not caused by decreased photosynthesis.