ONE Act a Week: Take this quiz, win a ONE apron!

Action: 59. Time: 20 minutes. Level of difficulty: Difficult.

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We have three beautiful ONE aprons we need to give away, and we want to give one to YOU! But how?

Take this quiz on the issues around our new petition, malnutrition and the sweet potato. Those who answer all nine questions correctly will be entered in a drawing for the prize.

Speaking of petition, have you signed it? If not, you can do so here.

We’ll contact the winner via email and post up the answers on Friday, September 21, so make sure you include it in the form below. And a major hint: All the answers can be found here.

 

MALNUTRITION QUIZ

1. True or False: In 2010, 171 million children under the age of five had stunted growth.

2. Each year, malnutrition claims the lives of:
a) 4 million adults
b) 3.5 million children
c) 1 billion people
d) 600 million babies

3. What happens if a child does not get all the nutrients they need in the first 1,000 days of life?
a) Weakened immune system
b) Low height for their age
c) Irreversible brain damage
d) All of the above

4. What causes chronic malnutrition?
a) Limited access to diverse and nutrient-dense food
b) Lack of sanitation
c) A mother’s health
d) All of the above

5. Which kind of sweet potato has the most nutrients?
a) White-flesh
b) Organic
c) Orange-flesh
d) Locally grown

6. Which is not a benefit of the sweet potato?
a) They help combat child malnutrition
b) They’re rich in nutrients
c) They’re cheap
d) They’re difficult to grow

7. Which is not a nutrient included in sweet potatoes?
a) Vitamin A
b) Vitamin C
c) Calcium
d) Potassium

8. Earlier this year, the World Health Assembly made it a target to reduce stunting for __ million children by 2025.
a) 70
b) 80
c) 90
d) 100

9. ONE members are calling on ________ to put sweet potatoes on the menu and nutrition on the global agenda.
a) the United States
b) World Leaders
c) the UK
d) Africa