Sweden sounds the alarm: Children at asylum centers are not growing

Sweden sounds the alarm: Children at asylum centers are not growing
Children at the asylum center near Höganäs do not gain weight as they should, writes the Swedish newspaper Expressen.

It has now made that a nutritionist has sounded the alarm - and the municipality has made an inspection.

The dietician has filed a report because the children at the asylum accommodation near Höganäs, in northwest Skåne, do not follow the growth curve as they should. P4 Malmöhus reports that there also previously nave been signals from the accommodation that everything is not right when it comes to diet.

P4 Malmöhus interviewed Peter Schölander, Chairman of the Social Welfare Board of Höganäs Municipality, who says that the alarm from the dietician is the first formal report received.

The Swedish Migration Board is responsible for housing, said Schölander, but it is the municipality that is responsible for the children.

- I know what they get paid to run the business, and I'm sure that there is money for a nutritious diet, says Schölander to P4 P4 Malmöhus.

The municipality has acted after the report and just before the Easter weekend there was an inspection. What specifically will be done, however, is not yet clear.

- I still do not know what they came up with and what steps one can take. It could be to move the children or something else, but it is up to the profession to decide, says Schölander.


It is of course hard to get children to grow when they really are adults and already fully grown. So instead of wasting money on more nutritious food to force the poor men to gain weight, maybe Sweden should reintroduce age testing, which is long overdue - because this is way past ridiculous.

An indication that something is off would be when two strong men are needed to lift the bearded child onto the changing table after taking off his shoes, size 43.

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