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Worldwide, an additional 6.7 million children under the age of 5 could suffer from a severe malnutrition known as “wasting” before the end of 2020, said humanitarian leaders who analyzed the COVID-19 crisis and its risks to childhood malnutrition. The report and statistics were recently

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More than 1,200 youth attending Salesian schools and youth centers in East Timor had better nutrition thanks to a partnership between Salesian Missions and Rise Against Hunger. The shipment, which arrived in the last quarter of 2019, provided donated rice-meals to ensure students had a healthy

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Children living in Lubumbashi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, within the Rwashi commune and cared for by Solene Tshilobo, president of the Mary Help of Christians Association, had access to better nutrition thanks to a partnership between Salesian Missions and Rise Against Hunger. The

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Close to 800 youth taking part in Salesian-run Manzini Youth Care programs, located in the city of Manzini in Swaziland, have better nutrition thanks to an ongoing partnership between Salesian Missions and Rise Against Hunger. In the third quarter of 2019, rice-meals were provided to a

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Students attending technical training programs supported by the Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia had access to proper nutrition in the fourth quarter of 2019 thanks to a partnership between Salesian Missions and Rise Against Hunger. The rice-meal donations were distributed to 650 students at Don

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More than 1,200 students attending Lycée Don Bosco, located in Bujumbura, Burundi, had access to better nutrition during the third quarter of 2019 thanks to a partnership between Salesian Missions and Rise Against Hunger. Many of the students attending Lycée Don Bosco come from poor

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Youth attending Don Bosco Technical School Fatumaca in #East Timor have access to better nutrition thanks to a partnership between Salesian Missions and Rise Against Hunger. In addition to the rice-meals, poor youth access a range of programs including health, nutrition, education and general support

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