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Nutrition in Universal Health Coverage

Author: World Health Organization
Year: 2019
Resource type: Other

'Good nutrition is fundamental for achieving the right to health, embodied in article 25 in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1). No country can achieve universal health coverage (UHC) without investing in essential nutrition actions, and good nutrition for all cannot be achieved without UHC...'

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