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Investing in early childhood development essential to helping more children thrive

(GMMB) An estimated 43 percent -- 249 million -- of children under five in low-and middle-income countries are at an elevated risk of poor development due to extreme poverty and stunting, according to findings from The Lancet's new Series, Advancing Early Childhood Development: from Science to Scale.
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