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The Growing Problems in Rural China: Trends, Solutions, and Implications (Video)

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China’s millions of at-risk children could threaten its future. Economic modeling shows that in some low- and middle-income countries, such as India and Tanzania, “the gross domestic product lost to stunting can be more than a country’s spending on health,” explains Richter, who helped produce a series of papers on early childhood development published online in The Lancet last October. Conversely, she says, “There is a special window of opportunity” for interventions that bolster health and improve parenting.

One in three Chinese children faces an education apocalypse.

An ambitious experiment hopes to save them.

Read full report by Sciencemag.org

The Growing Problems in Rural China: Trends, Solutions, and Implications

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