Cambodia and the World Bank tackle child malnutritionListen /
By all accounts, Cambodia is doing very well economically.
For the first decade of the 21st century, it was the 15th fastest growing economy of the world, according to the World Bank. And, says the Bank, for the past two years, the country's economic performance has remained strong.
But despite these impressive accomplishments, malnutrition remains a serious problem in Cambodia. Nearly 40% of Cambodian children under the age of five are short for their age, according to the 2010 Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey – one of the highest rates in the region.
The following report, narrated by Gerry Adams, was produced by the World Bank.