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Kids and Drinking Water: A Glass Half Full or Half Empty?

May 2015

Ellen Braff-Guajardo, Program Officer, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Kenneth Hecht, Director of Policy, Nutrition Policy Institute, University of California

Increasing kids' consumption of drinking water supports their health and learning. Yet most children do not drink enough. There are many challenges to achieving the goal of all children drinking the daily recommended amount of water. This Views from the Field article discusses the policy framework and ways funders can help ensure access to safe drinking water for all children in the United States.


PDF Format Views from the Field: 05-19-2015 (Kellogg)