Proper nutrition and appropriate calories plus outstanding qualities and to immunize children and its effect on their mental and physical growth and which contribute to their resistance to disease, but the reality seems harsh for hundreds of thousands of children trapped in conflict zones as well as areas lacking basic ways of providing essential nutrients as minimum model nutrition standards for children, where observed numerous cases of spread of malnutrition and incurable diseases.
We as NIHR cannot eradicate that phenomenon alone but seriously contributed to provide food to children through continuous contacts with relevant international organizations, especially in emergency situations.
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