By: Mark Leon Goldberg on October 15, 2014 Stunting occurs when a child does not receive proper nutrition in her first months and years of life. The child does not grow properly, intellectually or physically. This can have wide ranging social consequences and perpetuate cycles of poverty. Combating stunting through providing education and access to proper nutrition is therefore one key way that the international community and local partners are fighting extreme poverty. This video from the World Food Program in Malawi shows one way that’s being accomplished. It’s a good news story for a bad news cycle!