- In An Email, Hillary Clinton Once Wrote: 'Plumpy'Nut?' Plumpy What?
- In the latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails to be released, there was a list of topics that she presumably wanted to look into some more, dated Oct. 18, 2010. One line in particular stood out: "Plumpy'nut?
- These Are The Brave Doctors Fighting To Keep Syria's Aleppo Alive
- “All I could think of was how to get my Plumpy'Nut to Aleppo. I was afraid another Madaya would happen,” said Dr. Salah Safadi, who supplies the bars used to treat severe malnutrition to Aleppo's children's hospital.
- Can peanuts prevent malnutrition in Africa?
- Plumpy'nut is what's known as a ready-to-use treatment food (RUTF). MSF and Unicef have already had success using RUTFs in treating malnutrition. (It's also got an unusual and controversial backstory, according to a New York Times report.
- Dead Man's Market and the Boy Gangs of Niger
- Niger has the world's youngest median age, at 15.2. The country is dead last on the U.
- A Week of Extraordinary Violence in Pibor, South Sudan
- Marisel prescribes the child treatment for malaria as well as antibiotics to prevent infection and 14 sachets of Plumpy'Nut, a peanut-based therapeutic food that helps children regain their weight.
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