Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Malawi-Famine-Documentation-27MZIFDO1QO.htmlConceptually similarMalawi Famine DocumentationGP01A13Completed★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0SQNCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP012YUCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP07VUCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0P9UCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0RRTCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP01F0ICompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0ESPCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP038YCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0X6GMalawi Famine DocumentationA severely malnourished child suffering from Kwashiorkor malnutrition which causes severe swellings. Undernourished children are forced to eat high nutrient foods in a recovery program. Most of the very young children do not want to eat. The situation is complicated by their susceptibility to other illnesses caused by their lack of resistance whilst undernourished. The long term effects of malnutrition are brain damage, stunted growth and a lifelong susceptibility to illness.Locations:Africa-Malawi-Mtegowanthenga-Southern AfricaDate:30 Aug, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Clive ShirleyMaximum size:3731px X 2449pxRestrictions:No FundraisingKeywords:Children-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Drought-Eye contact-Global warming-Hospitals-Illness-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-One personShoot:Malawi Famine DocumentationMalnutrition and hunger are widespread in Malawi and experts say the worst will come in November through to March 2003.