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Appendix C shows the values of the GHI indicators—the prevalence of undernourishment, child wasting, child stunting, and child mortality—for each country, including their historic values. The individual indicators are particularly important because the nature of hunger and undernutrition—and therefore the right mix of policies and interventions to address them—varies from country to country.
Appendix D shows the,and GHI scores for each country, alphabetized by country name. The GHI shows that seven countries suffer from levels of hunger that are alarming, and one country, the Central African Republic CARsuffers from a level that is extremely alarming.
Seven of these eight countries are in Africa south of the Sahara: The exception is Yemen, located at the tip of the Arabian Peninsula. As in years past, GHI scores for several countries could not be calculated because data were not available for all four GHI indicators.
Nevertheless, the hunger and undernutrition situations in many of these countries are cause for significant concern Box 2.
Notably, two of the four countries currently facing famine are among those not included in the GHI, yet their populations are indisputably facing extremely alarming hunger. The GHI scores of the other two famine-threatened countries, Nigeria and Yemen, fall in the serious and alarming categories, respectively.
They do not fall into the extremely alarming category for two key reasons: Inequality plays a greater role in Nigeria, where 4. Timing, meanwhile, factors into all the scores: In the case of the scores, data are included from the most recent reference period — and therefore reflect hunger and undernutrition in this period.
The extent of the current crises will therefore be reflected in future GHI indicators and scores. The Central African Republic, which has the highest GHI score, has suffered from instability, sectarian violence, and civil war since As of Maythere wereinternally displaced persons in this country of just 5 million people.
Despite these troubling cases, there is cause for optimism. Of countries, 43 have low GHI scores under From the GHI to the GHI, the scores of 14 countries improved by 50 percent or more; those of 72 countries dropped by between 25 and Just as overall GHI scores vary considerably, so do the component indicators.
In terms of undernourishment, Zambia, Haiti, and CAR have the highest shares of undernourished people: Stunting, meanwhile, is most prevalent in Timor-Leste, Eritrea, and Burundi, each with levels at or exceeding 50 percent.
Finally, the under-five mortality rate is highest in Angola According to the GHI, 52 countries have scores of 20 or higher, and thus still suffer from at least serious levels of hunger. The countries in the lower right of the figure, including CAR, Chad, and Madagascar, have high GHI scores and low rates of hunger reduction since The countries near the top of the figure have seen sizable reductions in hunger, and those in the upper left, such as Cambodia, Myanmar, Kenya, Cameroon, Togo, and Nepal, have experienced relatively rapid improvements and are nearing the moderate category.
Underlying this progress is improvement in each of the GHI indicators. Kenya has experienced steady economic growth in recent years WFP aand has worked to improve food security and nutrition. Kenya has yet to reach its nutrition targets, and some localities are lagging behind and face more serious hunger and nutrition challenges.
The drought affecting East Africa this year has created additional food-security challenges for large parts of the country, with harvests, livestock, and food prices negatively affected FAO GIEWS b.
Aside from the immediate drought-related needs, Dayton Eberwein et al. Nepal has experienced declines in undernourishment, child stunting, and child mortality, while its child wasting rate has remained unchanged.
Angola, Ethiopia, and Rwanda, all of which experienced violent conflicts in recent decades, had GHI scores in the extremely alarming category.
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Poverty is a multifaceted concept, which may include social, economic, and political elements. Absolute poverty, extreme poverty, or destitution refers to the complete lack of the means necessary to meet basic personal needs such as food, clothing and shelter.
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Today in India, about 2 million Aanganwadi workers are reaching out to a population of 70 million women, children and sick people, helping them become and stay healthy. Read more on why Anganwadi workers are the most important and oft-ignored essential link of Indian healthcare. Latest Global Hunger Index Results - Global, Regional, and National Trends. Global Hunger Index - Official Website of the Peer-Reviewed Publication. India is home to the largest population of malnourished and hunger-stricken people and children leading to high infant and maternal mortality.
The first three stats come from a report by UK-based Centre for Food Policy, Thames Valley University and UK Public Health Association, titled Why health is the key for the future of farming and food, January 24, See page 10, Table 1 for the data.
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Latest Global Hunger Index Results - Global, Regional, and National Trends. Global Hunger Index - Official Website of the Peer-Reviewed Publication. ABSTRACT Changes in subjective well-being during the last decade are analysed. The paper then explores the relationships between subjective well-being and objective domains: material, health, education, behaviour and housing and environment.