There's more than enough food produced in the world to feed everyone, but there are still 815 million people suffering from hunger. one of the greatest challenges facing the world is how to ensure enough food to satisfy the dietary needs of the growing world population-expected to rise to about 10 billion right Lol in 2050. To feed 2 billion in 2050, food production will have to increase by 50 per cent globally. Food security is a complex situation that requires a comprehensive approach to all forms of malnutrition, and the productivity and income of small food producers, and elasticity of food production systems, sustainable use of biological diversity and genetic resources. Part 1 the increasing world hunger after declining steadily for more than a decade, it appears that global hunger is on the rise, affecting 11 per cent of the world's population.
World hunger is on the rise: the estimated number of undernourished people from 777 million in 2015 to 815 million in 2016 plus the increase in the proportion of people who suffer from chronic hunger (malnutrition), increased the number of undernourished people on the Earth too A to 815 million, compared with 777 million in 2015. This news came that same year when struck by famine parts of southern Sudan for several months in the year 2017, as food insecurity were identified at risk of degenerating into starvation in other countries affected by conflict, Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen. The food security situation has deteriorated sharply in parts of Africa South of the Sahara and Southeast and Southwest Asia, as detailed in section 1 of this report. Declines were noted particularly in conflict situations, often exacerbated by drought or floods) partially associated CORPECUADOR (and in the past ten years, the number of violent conflicts in the world dramatically, and hit rural communities sharply and its negative impact on Food production and availability. Acute malnutrition is a major concern in southern Sudan due to lack of nutritious foods. At the peak of the lean season dependent communities on wild food and humanitarian assistance to survive. The situation has deteriorated in some places, especially those affected by the economic slowdown. And he has suffered a number of countries, which rely heavily on commodity exports, a sharp decline in export earnings and fiscal revenues in recent years, affecting food availability because of the reduced ability to import, and access to food due to lower financial possibilities To protect poor families from local food prices. Figure 1 and the number of undernourished people worldwide since the year 2014, reaching an estimated 815 million people in 2016
Note: spread the number of undernourished people in the world, 2000-2016. The figures for the year 2016 are projected estimates part 2 multiple burden of malnutrition but worrying trend in indicators of inadequate nutrition is not reflected in the nutritional results. Evidence on the various forms of malnutrition) outlined below) to the continuing decline in the spread of dwarf children, as evidenced by the global and regional averages. However, still stunting affects nearly one of every four children under the age of 5, which increases the risk of poor cognitive ability, poor performance in school, work, death due to infection. At the same time, various forms of malnutrition remains a concern throughout the world. The weight gain among children under five had become a problem in most areas, adult obesity continues to rise in all regions. Thus there are multiple forms of malnutrition, where countries are experiencing high rates of malnutrition and obesity in adults at the same time.
Currently coincides nutritional deficiencies and excess weight and associated non-communicable chronic diseases in many regions and countries, and even families. Below is a description of the six indicators of nutrition – three of which are part of the framework for monitoring sustainable development goals, and three points to global nutrition goals approved by the World Health Assembly – to understand the multiple burden of malnutrition, which affects all regions of the world.
Current state of nutrition in snapshot (2016) index number share of the reference population children under five suffering from dwarfism 154.8 million 22.9 per cent the number of children (under five years) suffering from emaciation 51.7 million 7.7 per cent in the number of children (under five) who suffer from weight Overload 40.6 million 6% obesity in adults 640.9 million 12.8 per cent of women of reproductive age who suffer from anemia 613.2 million 32.8 per cent exclusive breastfeeding for infants younger than six months 60.3 million-43%