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Global Hunger Index 2015- Africa Fact Sheet

38 countries in Africa South of the Sahara included in the report Hunger in the region rated “serious”  Key Findings and Trends Scores among the 117 countries in the report varied widely. Scores of 9.9 or lower denote low hunger; scores between 35.0…

Global Hunger Index 2015 - Severity Scale
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Global Hunger Index 2015 Fact Sheet

117 countries rated in the 2015 Global Hunger Index Hunger levels remain “serious” or “alarming” in 52 developing countries Key Findings and Trends Tremendous progress has been made toward eliminating global hunger. The level of hunger in developing…

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Global Hunger Index 2015- Asia Fact Sheet

19 South, East, and Southeast Asian countries included in the report Timor-Leste, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and North Korea have the highest hunger levels in Asia Key Findings and Trends Scores among the 117 countries in the report varied widely.…

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2013 Global Hunger Index- Country Case Study: Haiti

Although undernourishment in Haiti is still high, it has fallen by almost one-third since 1990. Haiti’s 2013 GHI score of 23.3 was more than one-quarter lower than its 1990 score, yet it is still considered “alarming.” More than 44 percent of…