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Monitoring MDG and WFS targets: Asia and the Pacific
Food security working paper

2006

Worldwide developing countries have reduced hunger as measured by the food security statistics ,known as Millennium Development Goals (MDG) indicator 5 and the indicator of the World Food Summit (WFS) during the 1990s, but the reduction has slowed down during the most recent five-year period.    

Measuring hunger at subnational level: The FAO approach applied to household survey data
Food security working paper

2006

This manual provides a set of guidelines to professionals involved in the estimation of food security statistics, using food consumption data collected in National Household Surveys (NHS).

Household food wastage in Turkey
Food security working paper

2006

Household Budget Surveys, Household Income and Expenditure Surveys and Food Balance Sheets, provide useful data for epidemiological research and for developing National Food and Nutrition Policies.

Food deprivation trends: Mid-term review of progress towards the World Food Summit target
Food security working paper

2006

Ten years after the World Food Summit (WFS) and less than 10 years before 2015 (the target year for halving the number of undernourished), the hunger situation in the Developing World still remains of great concern.

Report on food deprivation towards the MDG on hunger reduction
Food security working paper

2006

Worldwide developing countries have reduced hunger since the MDG bench-mark period of 1990-92 to the latest available of 2001-03. A closer look at the proportion of population insufficient to their needs brings positive news on regional hunger reduction such as in Sub-Saharan Africa and Western Asia.    

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