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After the flood, malnutrition and food insecurity became a major challenge for Pakistan’s Sindh despite multiple interventions over decades. This concern was raised at a conference, on Wednesday, at a local hotel to review the European Union’s Programme for Improved Nutrition in Sindh (PINS), Dawn reported. Earlier, in 2018, the PINS was launched by the EU and Sindh government with the...

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