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4 Row 1, Col 1 India Which country has a greater rate of undernourishment, China or India?

5 Row 1, Col 2 Africa Which continent has the most countries with very high rates of undernourishment?

6 Row 1, Col 3 How many people in the world don’t have enough to eat? billion (21% of the world’s population) million (13% of the world’s population) million (7% of the world’s population) million (1% of the world’s population) 925 million (13% of the world’s population)

7 Row 1, Col 4 False. Hunger is usually the result of not having access to enough food to eat over a long period of time, or not eating sufficiently nutritious foods. True or False: Hunger is mainly due to emergencies like conflicts or natural disasters.

8 Row 2, Col 1 Haiti Only one country in the Western hemisphere has a very high rate of undernourishment. Which country?

9 Row 2, Col 2 Latin America and the Caribbean Which region has more people who don’t have enough to eat, Latin America and the Caribbean or the near East and North Africa?

10 Row 2, Col 3 How many countries are there in Europe in which more than 5% of people are undernourished? None.

11 Row 2, Col 4 Poverty, the rising cost of food, conflict, changing weather patterns, lack of investment in agriculture, gender inequality, unjust policies. Name three causes of hunger.

12 Row 3, Col 1 Costa Rica Not including Mexico, name the country in Central America which has extremely low rates of undernourishment.

13 Row 3, Col 2 Northern Africa Seven countries in Africa have extremely low rates of undernourishment. In which part of Africa are most of these countries located?

14 Row 3, Col 3 2% What percentage of people who don’t have enough to eat live in the developed world? 1. 10% 2. 5% 3. 2% %

15 Row 3, Col 4 Rural farmers (rural communities), children and pregnant / nursing mothers. Name 2 of the 3 groups of people who are most at risk of being hungry.

16 Row 4, Col 1 Bolivia Which country in South America (not including Central America) has the highest rate of undernourishment?

17 Row 4, Col 2 Asia and the Pacific Which region of the world has the most people who don’t have enough to eat?

18 Row 4, Col 3 35% or higher In countries with very high rates of undernourishment, what percentage of people are undernourished?

19 Row 4, Col 4 This happens when people do not get enough vitamins and nutirents from their diet. What causes a micronutrient deficiency?

20 Row 5, Col 1 According to the map, 11 countries in Africa have very high rates of undernourishment. Name 3 of these countries. Angola, Burundi, Chad, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia

21 Row 5, Col 2 Explain why Asia and the Pacific region have the highest number of people in the world who are hungry yet according to the map no countries in this region have very high rates of undernourishment. Countries in Asia and the Pacific have larger populations. On average the country might not have very high rates of undernourishment but in terms of total population there are more people in this region who are hungry than in any other region.

22 Row 5, Col 3 True True or False: There are more than twice the number of people who are hungry in Asia and the Pacific region than in sub-Saharan Africa.

23 Row 5, Col 4 This is a situation that exists when people lack regular access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food for normal growth and development and to live an active and healthy life. What does it mean to be food insecure?


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