To live a life without malnutrition is a fundamental
human right. The persistence of malnutrition, especially among children and
mothers, in this world of plenty is immoral. Nutrition improvement anywhere in
the world is not a charity but a societal, household and individual right. It is
the world community's responsibility to find effective ways and means to invest
for better livelihood and to avoid future unnecessary social and economic
burdens. With collective efforts at international, national and community
levels, ending malnutrition is both a credible and achievable goal.