Church to Help Brazil Fight Malnutrition Among Indians

Workers from the Catholic Church’s Children’s Pastoral Commission, in Brazil, will reinforce the efforts of the National Health Foundation (Funasa) to combat malnutrition in the Dourados indigenous territory, the most heavily populated Guarani-Kaiowá reservation in southern Mato Grosso do Sul (MS), 220 kilometers southwest of Campo Grande.

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