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Pandemic Fallout Will Leave 6.7 Million Children Dangerously Undernourished, UNICEF Warns

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“Almost seven million children could become dangerously undernourished this year, a stark report has warned, amid growing concerns that the fallout from the pandemic will kill more people than the coronavirus itself.” [Source: Daily Telegraph (UK)]


The coronavirus poses a grim choice to millions of people in developing countries: between leaving their homes and working, which risks infection and possible death from the virus, and lockdown, which risks deeper poverty and starvation. But that is not all. As food becomes scarce in such countries, the resulting malnutrition causes weakened immunity and increases the risk of chronic diseases developing. With the right approach, however, such outcomes can be avoided.

In his recent Open Letter, Dr. Rath makes the following recommendations to governments and politicians in developing countries:

  • Familiarize yourself with the overwhelming knowledge about the health benefits of vitamin-rich fruits and vegetables.
  • Initiate and facilitate school and community gardening programs growing vitamin-rich plants. Authorize the lending or free transfer of unused land for the creation of such programs.
  • Promote knowledge about vitamin-rich nutrition and the fight against common health problems. Encourage people living in rural and urban areas to develop creative forms of ‘health gardening’.
  • Do not allow foreign politicians to abuse the current global climate of fear by pressuring you into signing agreements which, behind the promise of so-called ‘free trade’, seek to force the importing of patented synthetic drugs.
  • Protect your country against the expansion of ‘pharmaceutical colonialism’ in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Governments and politicians from developing countries who would like to work with us to develop school and community gardening programs are invited to contact us.

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