The danger next door: malnutrition on Mumbai’s doorstep

Written by Anna Levy

By Anna Levy

Just three hours drive away from Mumbai, child malnutrition has hit a record high.

With hundreds of deaths occurring every year, authorities and activists alike are at a loss for how to tackle this pervasive problem.

A small malnutrition camp in Palghar, however, is attempting to make an impact.

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About The Author
Anna Levy

Anna Levy is a journalist studying at the University of Queensland. She is interested in long-form creative storytelling and would love to pursue a career in human rights journalism. She will graduate in 2018 with a Bachelor of Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts, with a major in political science. Her hobbies include art, music and creative writing.

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