Navyn Salem: A Rhode Island mother of four is feeding children around the world @navyn_salem

An estimated 14 million children around the world suffer from acute malnutrition, but a Rhode Island (USA) mother of four – Navyn Salem, founder and CEO of Edesia Nutrition – is working to change that with simple packets of a peanut butter paste called Plumpy Nut. NBC senior investigative correspondent @CynthiaMcFadden reports for TODAY.

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Navyn Salem. Photo: video

About Edisia Nutrition
Edesia is a non-profit, social enterprise that makes life-saving ready-to-use foods to help end the global hunger and malnutrition crisis. Since 2010—through our partnerships with UNICEF, the World Food Programme, USAID/USDA, and others—we have nourished over 15 million children across 60 countries.

Navyn Salem on instagram: navyn_salem

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Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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