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Pannutrition: The Double Burden of Malnutrition

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Transcript of Pannutrition: The Double Burden of Malnutrition

Stakeholders
United States
India
One-third of the worldwide "wasted" youth live in India

43% of the children under the age of 5, are underweight

70% of children ages 6-59 months, are anemic

Source: UNICEF
China
The pre-reform typical diet was mostly grains with a few animal products, fruits, and vegetables

However, dietary changes occurred due to rapid economic development, globalization, urbanization, and tech development

Source: Cornell.edu

Which led to, 25.6% of 12 year olds becoming obese, 17% of which are less than 5 years old

Source: The National
Ethopia
Of children under the age of 5, 47% are considered to have stunted growth

14% of the world's lowest birth weights, are reported to be in Ethopia

Source: Labspace

A quarter of Ethopians live off less than a dollar a day, which results in a diet of maize, potatoes, and oil seed

Source: FAO.org
PANNUTRITION
The Double Burden of Malnutrition
Arundel High School
Mr. Brad Wray
April 28, 2014
CREATED BY:

Cheyenne Barton
Jennifer Hewitt
Megann Holbrook
William Roberts

Problem Statement
Come up with an innovative way to improve
nutrition for people suffering from
undernourishment or overnourishment.
Solution Statement
Through education and knowledge sharing,
individuals will be able to change their behaviors and make smart choices to improve their health and quality of life.
Global Fact 1
The UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) states that worldwide there are 1.4 billion people overweight and 842 million undernourished
Global Fact 2
The World Health Organization (WHO) states that 65% of the world's population lives in a country where overnutrition results in more deaths than undernutrition.
Global Fact 3
Two-thirds of the undernourished people in the world are from India, Bangladesh, Ethopia, Indonesia, China, Pakistan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo
Source: Education-Portal.com
Source: World Health Organization
Source: FAO.gov
Any Questions??
Please visit Pannutrition.com

Millions of Americans live in neighborhoods that do not include a full service grocery store, farmers market, or fresh food vendor.

Research shows that adding a grocery to a high poverty area results in 3 lbs weight loss, while eliminating a fast food restaurant in the same area will only result in a 1 lb weight loss


Source: TheFoodTrust.org



Solution
Advertising methods, such as comics, books, and websites that include the proper information will emphasize the healthy human image. This will encourage members of any society to gain the knowledge to change their behaviors and make smart choices to improve their health and quality of life.
Sample Comic
Sample Book
Results
These books and comics and possibly any other form of advertising methods are meant to be sold cheaply at local farmers markets, grocery stores, and organic stands
The proceeds that these advertisements will generate will be used to continue the production of the advertising methods, but mainly used to be donated to local markets, worldwide programs and events to help solve the double burden of malnutrition.
The Healthy Steps Series
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