Severe nutrition crisis in Ulang, South Sudan

Towns in Upper Nile state of South Sudan are showing extremely high rates of malnutrition. The United Nations, in a report issued today, said an assessment in Ulang showed a global acute malnutrition rate of 45 percent. Malnutrition causes lasting physical and mental damage in small children.

Read the article at Examiner.

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