Read text and answer question.Nutrition and Older Persons in Brazil:A Human Rights Perspective
Brazil, along with many other countries in the developing
world, faces an epidemiological transition in a scenario characterized
by gross fertility rates as low as 2.3 and a continually rising life
expectancy to 67 years (63 for men and 71 for women). On the one hand,
this is good news; on the other hand, however, it translates into a
fast-growing older population which presents society with major social
challenges. Foremost among these challenges is to guarantee that older
persons have access to adequate food and nutrition - their basic and
fundamental human right.(http://www.unsystem.org/scn/archives/scnnews19/ch20.htm)According to the text, the most important challenge is to see that old people have
a) proper nourishment.
b) warm clothing.
c) good housing.
d) instant help.
e) quality medicare.