2016 Global hunger index: Getting to zero hunger

by Klaus von Grebmer, Jill Bernstein, David Nabarro et al.
International Food Policy Research Institute, October 2016

47 pp. 2.9 MB
http://www.ifpri.org/cdmref/p15738coll2/id/130707/filename/130918.pdfpic-001_resize

The 2016 Global Hunger Index (GHI) presents a multidimensional measure of national, regional, and global hunger, focusing on how the world can get to Zero Hunger by 2030. The developing world has made substantial progress in reducing hunger since 2000. The 2016 GHI shows that the level of hunger in developing countries as a group has fallen by 29 percent. Yet this progress has been uneven, and great disparities in hunger continue to exist at the regional, national, and subnational levels. Levels of hunger are still serious or alarming in 50 countries. The highest hunger levels are still found in Africa south of the Sahara and South Asia. Although GHI scores for these two regions have declined over time, the current levels remain close to the alarming category.

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