The case of Mozambique
By Kirsten Havemann, Alice Agnete Zalaf Bjørnlund- Larsen and Kristine Dandanell Garn
Chronic malnutrition, measured by low height for age in children younger than five years, is caused by a mix of factors. Only one of these factors is the access to and consumption of nutritious food. Other factors include health, hygiene, education, and social/cultural practices. These factors can be classified into three areas: Food, Care and Access to Services.