GIVEN that Pakistan has the third largest inhabitants of stunted youngsters on the planet, the federal government’s plan to broaden the Ehsaas Nashonuma programme from 14 districts to the remainder of the nation is a step in the fitting route. Meals insecurity and stunting pose a grave problem to social and financial progress. Stunting in Pakistan impacts not less than 4 out of 10 youngsters beneath the age of 5. The situation impacts the psychological, bodily and cognitive improvement of the affected youngsters who should not capable of attain their full psychological and bodily potential. An additional 29pc of kids stay underweight whereas 18pc endure from ‘losing’ — low weight-for-height ratio indicative of weight reduction owing to insufficient diet. Unicef has described this example as a “rising emergency”.