Tackling malnutrition in the desert: a photo story from Pakistan

Raishma, Kawi, Niymat from Ropubheel village, Umerkot district, Pakistan. Photo: Concern Worldwide.
Raishma, Kawi, Niymat from Ropubheel village, Umerkot district, Pakistan. Photo: Concern Worldwide.
News5 April 2018Clare Ahern

In the second of our two-part series from Pakistan's Thar Desert, we focus on the nutrition component of our integrated programme which is tackling the devastating effects of recurrent drought in the region. Supported by ECHO, the European Commission's humanitarian aid department, we're working with partners to treat women and children suffering from malnutrition. 

Read the full story on our Exposure blog

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