Shocking! UNICEF report highlights severe child malnutrition in Cuba

Great-grandchildren of the Cuban Revolution

From our Bureau of Socialist Nutritional Justice with some assistance from our Bureau of Leftist Utopian Diets

In an unprecedented move, a United Nations agency has found fault with Cuba’s utopian regime. Yeah. According to UNICEF 9% of children in Cuba suffer from severe food insecurity. In other words, many Cuban children are malnourished. Naturally, this report contradicts the propaganda spewed by Castro, Inc. But is the real figure only 9% ? No, it’s probably much higher than that. UNICEF just didn’t want to make Castro, Inc. look TOO bad.

From Cuba Headlines

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has released a report that includes Cuba in its assessment of child nutrition. According to UNICEF, 9% of children in Cuba suffer from severe food insecurity. This condition means that these children have access to a maximum of only two out of the eight essential foods necessary for a healthy life.

Despite this alarming situation, the UNICEF office in Cuba has refrained from commenting on the matter, continuing to claim on its website that the island boasts high levels of child protection and development. This disparity between the report’s findings and the official stance highlights the fragility of the Cuban regime’s achievements in child protection.

The UNICEF report specifies that among the children suffering from severe food insecurity, four out of five primarily consume breast milk and dairy products, along with a staple food rich in starch such as rice, corn, or wheat. Only 10% of these children eat fruits and vegetables, and less than 5% receive protein from sources like eggs, meat, poultry, and fish.

UNICEF emphasizes that child food insecurity is a result of inadequate food environments, poor feeding practices, and household income poverty. These factors have become more pronounced in Cuba, exacerbating inequalities rather than reducing them, contrary to the official narrative of the regime.

Child food insecurity in Cuba is caused by inadequate food environments, poor feeding practices, and household income poverty. These issues have worsened the inequalities rather than reducing them, as per the official narrative.

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