Ending Malnutrition for Every Last Child in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone has made impressive progress in improving children’s nutrition since 2010. But nearly 30% of children are still stunted, especially in certain northern and eastern districts. Boys, teenage mothers, and children living in Northern districts were identified as being particularly vulnerable.

As part of the Every Last Child campaign, Save the Children is working together with civil society actors in Sierra Leone to demand that the Right to Food be incorporated into the constititution during its 2015 revision. The Right to Food has been idetitied as the key to eradicating hunger and poverty in the nation. Read more about Save the Children's work in Sierra Leone within the brief.

Published 2018-03-29

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Publication year
2016
Format
pdf, 4p.
Country
Sierra Leone
Keywords
Malnutrition

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Publisher
Publication year
2016
Format
pdf, 4p.
Country
Sierra Leone
Keywords
Malnutrition