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Bangladesh is undergoing a double transition-demographic and epidemiological. Increasing life expectancy and declining fertility entail a demographic transition fuelling a shift in the disease burden toward noncommunicable diseases NCDs. In contrast, well global attention to undernutrition, nourished people are a key resource for recognizing that nutrition indicators have national development. Bangladesh suffers failed to improve in many countries in line from two sets of nutrition problems. The with other development indicators.
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Bangladesh is still Bangladesh is now experiencing a high classified as having a high prevalence of burden of undernutrition, to which a rapidly chronic undernutrition, and over six million increasing burden of non-communicable children are stunted. Progress on many diseases driven by overweight and obesity nutrition indicators, including infant and known as nutrition-related NCDs is being young child feeding practices IYCF , has added. Despite a significant reduction in been slow or is stagnating.
Four decades after health and food as underlying liberation, this duty has yet to be fulfilled.
Priority actions have adolescent girls, and data and recently been agreed in the South Asia programmes on low birth weight an Regional Action Framework for Nutrition important determinant of later Dhaka, sanitation and hygiene WASH , Household environmental conditions are education and social protection associated with enteropathy and impaired programmes, and their relationships growth in rural Bangladesh.
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