“This was announced during the ‘Youth Dialogue Table of for Development and Social Inclusion’, an event in which they were able to express to Minister Liliana La Rosa their expectations of how to support the issue of anemia affecting 43% of children between 0 and 3 years of age nationwide”, explained El Peruano.
In addition, the head of the Midis asked the young social leaders to create a space for dialogue and exchange of ideas and actions to identify proposals for the design, improvement
and monitoring of public policies on the fight against childhood anemia, social inclusion, and reduction of poverty.
The “Youth Dialogue Table of for Development and Social Inclusion” allowed the gathering of the opinion of the authorities and young leaders of different organizations, said El Peruano.
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