Malnutrition simply refers to a state whereby the body is lacking adequate and needed nutrients for the proper functioning of the body. Some things, such as poor dieting, disease, or digestive conditions, are the causes of malnutrition in the body. However, some means whereby malnutrition can be eradicated in the world practically are by making unhealthy food less available, thus making them even more expensive. Also, more healthy food should be lobbied into the market, and probably making them cheaper.
The partnership between or among governmental and non-governmental organizations is also very crucial to eradicating malnutrition. After all, there is a saying that 'united we stand, divided we fall.' Through this, experiences can be shared across several organizations and fields, thus leading to the acquisition of wider knowledge on how to efficiently and effectively eradicate malnutrition. Direct interventions should also be put into place. These include hand-washing practices, complementary feeding, and breastfeeding.