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12 Oct 2017 description
Global hunger levels have fallen more than a quarter since 2000; however, eight countries suffer from extremely alarming or alarming levels of hunger.
25 Jan 2017 description
Alarmed about the impact of the severely deteriorating security situation on civilians, including displaced people, several NGOs ask in one voice for the government and international community to take action.
26 Aug 2016 description
The WorldRiskReport 2016 shows the way in which logistics and infrastructure play a crucial role in determining whether such events turn into disasters.
21 Jan 2016 description
More than 120 humanitarian organizations and UN agencies urge the world to raise their voices and call for an end to the Syria crisis and to the suffering endured by millions of civilians.
12 Oct 2015 description
Does armed conflict lead to hunger? Does hunger lead to armed conflict? The latest Global Hunger Index examines these questions, showing the development of the hunger situation at a global, regional and national level.
13 Oct 2014 description
Quality is as important as quantity, says report - hidden hunger weakens the immune system, stunts physical and intellectual growth, and can lead to death.
14 Oct 2013 description
The report identifies hunger levels and hot spots across 120 countries and calls for approaches that reflect an increased ability of vulnerable people to resist, absorb, and transform in response to shocks.
25 Jul 2013 description
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Although access to foodstuffs has improved over the short term in some areas thanks to humanitarian interventions, there currently is no sign of a comprehensive improvement of the situation.
25 Apr 2013 description
Northern Mali will descend to emergency levels of food insecurity if the security situation and humanitarian access to vulnerable communities do not improve.
11 Oct 2012 description
The 2012 GHI report focuses particularly on the issue of how to ensure sustainable food security under conditions of water, land, and energy stress. Demographic changes, rising incomes and associated consumption patterns, and climate change, alongside persistent poverty and inadequate policies and...
11 Oct 2011 description
Washington, D.C.—Growing demand for biofuels, extreme weather and climate change, and increased financial activity through commodity futures markets are the main causes of high and volatile food prices, according to the 2011 Global Hunger Index report, The Challenge of Hunger: Taming Price Spikes...