First Steps helps prevent childhood malnutrition in North Korea.
Team members on a First Steps monitoring visit must have a quick finger to capture photos of the kids drinking soymilk.
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Infants who suffer from micronutrient malnutrition may not look hungry or malnourished, but they are lacking crucial vitamins and minerals needed to properly develop and grow.
Stunting not only affects a child’s height, it also affects their brain development.
“I feel joy when the production [of soymilk] goes smoothly and the product goes out. But when the voltage is low and there are difficulties, it’s very heart wrenching.”
Child malnutrition can have far-reaching consequences.