ile ones. But Partners in Health says the product, which it calls Nourimanba, is safe. When I visited one of the charity’s outpatient clinics in July, 1-year-old Elorky Decena was silent and listless as a nurse hooked a scale over the clinic’s doorway and put him in an attached harness. A month before, he was found to have severe acute malnutrition, a condition characterized by extreme stunting and wasting that afflicts an estimated 20 million children worldwide. The nurse announced that he had gained more than four pounds on a diet of

ile ones. But Partners in Health says the product, which it calls Nourimanba, is safe. When I visited one of the charity’s outpatient clinics in July, 1-year-old Elorky Decena was silent and listless as a nurse hooked a scale over the clinic’s doorway and put him in an attached harness. A month before, he was found to have severe acute malnutrition, a condition characterized by extreme stunting and wasting that afflicts an estimated 20 million children worldwide. The nurse announced that he had gained more than four pounds on a diet of

Could a Peanut Paste Called Plumpy’nut End Malnutrition? - NYTimes.com

Yet again, “Intellectual Property” hinders international aid and limits access to the poor. This should be an open source recipe.

Written on February 13, 2011