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Global Hunger in Charts

A collection of charts, maps and graphs exploring global hunger — in a world that has enough food to feed everyone.

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  • A collection of charts, maps and graphs exploring global hunger.

Global hunger has severe – and often deadly – consequences, and often affects the most vulnerable: Children.

Hunger is measured by the Global Hunger Index (GHI) and – despite advances in fighting hunger – applying the GHI paints a solemn picture of the world in the twenty-first century.

Below is a collection of charts, maps and graphs exploring global hunger, in a world that has enough food to feed everyone.


To go deeper, also browse Global Poverty in Charts by clicking here


How the GHI is calculated


Applying the GHI to the world


The countries affected most by hunger


The cycle of hunger


Global hunger over time


Countries that have made progress tackling hunger


The link between poverty and hunger


The link between food and the environment


How much water it takes to produce food


The link between climate change and global hunger


The scourge of child hunger


The anatomy of child hunger


The detrimental effects of stunting in children


Global agricultural productivity


To read the Global Hunger Index click here


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