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Flashcards in Global Hunger Index 2018 Deck (17):
1

Who releases GHI ?

Welthungerhilfe and Concern Worldwide.

2

How often is GHI released ?

Annually

3

What was India's position in GHI 2018 ?

103/119

4

What are the 3 dimensions of Global Hunger Index ?

1. Inadqueate Food Supply
2. Child Mortality
3. Child Undernutrition

5

How much has India's position improved from 2017 ?

3 places

6

What are the 4 indicators of GHI ?

1. Undernourishment
2. Child Mortality
3. Child Stunting
4. Child Wasting

7

How much has % of undernourished people improved from 2000 to 2018 ?

18% to 15%

8

How much has % of child mortality changed from 2000 to 2018 ?

9% to 4%

9

How much has % of child stunting changed from 2000 to 2018 ?

54% to 38%

10

How much has % of child wasting changed from 2000 to 2018 ?

17% to 21%

11

What was an additional factor that 2018 report analysed ?

Relationship between hunger and forced migration

12

What are some causes that are more important than household wealth for child wasting ?

Low Maternal Mass BMI
Lack of access to sanitation

13

What are 4 key areas in which support needs to be given to people who forcibly migrated ?

1. Recognize hunger as a political problem
2. Adopt holistic development support
3. Provide food to displaced people in origin region
4. Recognize resilience of displaced people

14

Which UN plan must governments accelerate plans on ?

UN Plan of Action for Advancing Prevention, Protection, and Solutions for Internally Displaced People 2018–2020.

15

What are the vulnerable areas that need to be focused on ?

Women, girls and rural areas

16

How can the resilience of displaced people be strengthened ?

Providing access to Education & Training,
Employment,
Health care,
Agricultural land,
Markets.

17

What are some UN decisions that should be incorporated into national policies ?

UN Global compact on refugees (GCR)
Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and
Regular Migration (GCM),