La carte de la faim dans le monde en 2015
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Norfolk Island Equatoira lGuinea Brazil Paraguay Sao Tome and Principe Guyana French Guiana Suriname 5% 14.9% - Moderately low Pitcarin For additional information please visit: http://www.fao.org/economic/ess 500 1,000 United States of America 1,500 2,500 3,000 Kilometers 2,000 The designations employed and the presentation of the material in the map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of FAO concerning the legal or constitutional status of any country, territory or sea area, or concerning the delimitation of frontiers. I4674E/1/05.15 New Zealand Bahrain Qatar United Arab Emriates Saudi Arabia Oman 0°0'0" 60°0'0"W Azores Islands Target 1C not achieved, with lack of progress or deterioration Somalia Malawi Mozambique China Mongolia Repubilc of Korea Swaziland Undernourishment data: FAO Statistics Division (ESS) Political boundaries: FAO Global Administrative Unit Layers (GAUL) Global relief: ETOPO1 (National Geophysical Data Center - NOAA) Inland water bodies: FAO Land and Water Division (NRL) Japan Midway Island Millennium Development Goal 1 and World Food Summit Hunger Targets Australia 120°0'0"W World Food Summit (WFS) goal: to eradicate hunger in all countries, with an immediate view to reducing the number of undernourished people to half their present level no later than 2015.

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Norfolk Island
EquatoiralGuinea
Brazil
Paraguay
Sao Tome and Principe
Guyana French Guiana Suriname
5% 14.9% - Moderately low
Pitcarin
For additional information please visit: http://www.fao.org/economic/ess
500
1,000
United States of America
1,500
2,500
3,000 Kilometers
2,000
The designations employed and the presentation of the material in the map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of FAO concerning the legal or constitutional status of any country, territory or sea area, or concerning the delimitation of frontiers.
I4674E/1/05.15
New Zealand
Bahrain Qatar UnitedArabEmriates Saudi Arabia Oman
0°0'0"
60°0'0"W
Azores Islands
Target 1C not achieved, with lack of progress or deterioration
Somalia
Malawi Mozambique
China
Mongolia
RepubilcofKorea
Swaziland
Undernourishment data: FAO Statistics Division (ESS) Political boundaries: FAO Global Administrative Unit Layers (GAUL) Global relief: ETOPO1 (National Geophysical Data Center - NOAA) Inland water bodies: FAO Land and Water Division (NRL)
Japan
Midway Island
Millennium Development Goal 1 and World Food Summit Hunger Targets
Australia
120°0'0"W
World Food Summit (WFS) goal: to eradicate hunger in all countries, with an immediate view to reducing the number of undernourished people to half their present level no later than 2015.
Millennium Development Goal 1, target 1C: halve, between 1990-92 and 2015, the proportion of people suffering from undernourishment, or reduce this proportion below 5 percent. This measures the proportion of the population below the minimum level of dietary energy consumption (undernourishment). The assessment is not conducted for developed regions.
Target not achieved, with slow progress
Target not achieved, with lack of progress or deterioration
LEGEND
Cameroon
Canada
Target 1C achieved
Argentina
Uruguay
Indonesia
Singapore
Kiribati
Niue
Sweden
Timor-Leste
Malaysia
Tonga
0°0'0"
New Caledonia
Vanuatu
Fiji
Cook Islands
Samoa American Samoa
Kazakhstan
Russian Federation
SOURCES
500 250 0
120°0'0"E
Not assessed
6 In many countries that have failed to reach the international hunger targets, natural and human-induced disasters or political instability have resulted in protracted crises, with increased vulnerability and food insecurity among large segments of the population.
Finland
60°0'0"E
Estonia Latvia Ltihuania
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Cuba
Guatemala Honduras El Salvador Nicaragua
4 In developing regions the target was missed by a small margin, with the share of undernourished having decreased during the monitoring period from 23.3 to 12.9 percent.
5 Some regions, such as Latin America, the east and southeastern regions of Asia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, and the northern and western regions of Africa, have made fast progress. Progress was also recorded in southern Asia, Oceania, the Caribbean and southern and eastern Africa, but at too slow of a pace to reach the MDG 1C target.
Haiit
Bermuda
TirnidadandTobago
Bahamas
Jamaica
Venezuela
Beilze
Panama
MarshallIslands
Nauru
0°0'0"
Solomon Islands
Papua New Guinea
Tuvalu
Bolivia
Chile
Peru
Colombia
Ecuador
NOTES
JohnstonAtoll
Palau
Micronesia
Mexico
Eritrea
CentralAfricanRepubilc
India
Kyrgyzstan
Sri Lanka
Bangladesh
D ij bou it
Yemen
Ethiopia
South Sudan
Chad
Sudan
Norway
Faroe Islands
Iceland
Libeira
<5% Very low
2 Yet progress has been made, even in the presence of signicant population growth. Approximately 216 million fewer people suffer from undernourishment than 25 years ago and 167 million fewer than a decade ago.
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Bhutan
Uzbekistan
Iran
Tajikistan
Afghanistan
Pakistan
Turkmenistan
Nepal
Guinea
Algeria
Cape Verde
Tunisia
Benin Ghana Togo Côte d'Ivoire
Senegal Gambia Guinea-Bissau
Mali
Mauritania
Niger
Morocco
Nigeria
Sierra Leone
Burkina Faso
Viet Nam Laos
Myanmar
Philippines
Thaliand
Prevalence of undernourishment: measures the probability that a randomly selected individual in the population is consuming an amount of dietary energy, which is insufcient to cover her/his requirements to lead an active and healthy life.
1 About 795 million people in the world still lack sufcient food for conducting an active and healthy life.
Cambodia
Tanzania
Comoros
Mautirius
Madagascar
Maldives
Brunei
Kenya
35% and over - Very high
Zambia
Uganda
3 The year 2015 marks the end of the monitoring period for the Millennium Development Goal targets. Seventy-two out of 129 developing countries – more than half the countries monitored – have reached the MDG 1C hunger target of halving the proportion of the chronically undernourished.
Gabon
Namibia
Burundi
Congo
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Angola
Rwanda
Botswana
Zimbabwe
Produced by FAO’s Statistics Division
Ireland
Belarus United Nethelrands Germany Kingdom Poland Belgium Czech Republic Ukraine Slovakia Luxembourg Austria Moldova Hungary France Swtizelrand Slovenia Romania Croaita Serbia Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Montenegro Italy Spain Albania
Portugal
Denmark
Missing or insufcient data
15% 24.9% - Moderately high
25% 34.9% - High
Egypt
Cyprus Lebanon West Bank and GazaStirp Jordan Israel
Iraq
Matla
Kuwati
Target 1C not achieved, with slow progress
Libya
Missing or insufcient values
Lesotho
South Africa
Turkey
Greece
Georgia Azerbaijan Armenia
Target achieved
Not assessed
Missing or insufcient values
Dem People's Rep of Korea