World efforts to lower hunger to zero by 2030 are being negated by warfare and climate change, nutritionists warn. German aid organisation Welthungerhilfe (World Hunger Relief) has published a hunger index which categorises 51 nations where hunger is alarming. The highest hunger rates continue to be found in Africa south of the Sahara, with the Central African Republic being the worst country for hunger.
World Hunger Relief Going Backwards - Global Report
Deutsche Welle, 11 October 2018
World efforts to lower hunger to zero by 2030 are being negated by warfare and climate change, warn nutritionists. Their latest global index categorizes 51 nations, mainly in Asia… Read more »
Simone Pott, Head of Communications at Welthungerhilfe, Bärbel Dieckmann, President of Welthungerhilfe, and Klaus von Grebmer, Independent Consultant at the launch of the 2018 Global Hunger Index in Berlin.
Ground Being Lost In The Fight Against Hunger
Welthungerhilfe, 12 October 2018
Since the turn of the century, great progress has been made in the global fight against hunger. This is reflected in the new Global Hunger Index, which assesses the nutrition… Read more »
The report's editor Cindy Holleman says the increasing variation in temperature; intense, erratic rainfall and changing seasons are all affecting the availability and quality of ... Read more »
Years of violence and unrest in the country have displaced more than 4.5 million people, creating widespread poverty and hunger. The UN has said that over two million children are ... Read more »
The UN says once safe areas, such as the capital Bangui and the country's second city and commercial hub, Bambari, have become war zones. Read more »
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