Good Nutrition in an International Economy
Independent Films, Health, Social Responsibility Movies, Women
It is touted as a good thing: an international economy with global options and presumably more abundance of foods. However, nutrition choices are more important than ever and in this film report from the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN's primary health institution stresses healthy options for aging to mothers to infant.
From economic growth in Asia to real economic growth in the developing economies, good nutrition is not merely bought but chosen.
Year of Production: 2012
Length: 7 mins
Country: United Nations
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- Muhamed Sacirbey (UNTV-WHO)
- Susan Sacirbey (UNTV-WHO)