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Posted by Content Team on 25 Aug, 2018

When an infant in a developing country is unable to nurse, they're at risk of severe malnutrition — or even death.NIFTY cup is solving this issue in rural areas of Africa. Developed over five years, the Neonatal Intuitive Feeding TechnologY (NIFTY) cup was designed with a spout that makes collected milk easy to drink by infants with cleft palates or other related issues that prevent proper latching. The cup, which is reusable and costs only $1 to create, has already been credited with preventing starvation of infants in poor African communities.



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