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ANNEX 10: Food insecurity and malnutrition across the rural–urban continuum (URCA) for selected countries in Africa

Table A10.1Moderate or severe food insecurity based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale across the rural–urban continuum (URCA) for selected high- and low-food-budget countries in Africa

SOURCE: Authors’ (FAO) own elaboration.
NOTES: Margins of error are shown in parentheses and are not shown for sample size <100. They are not computed for sample size <30, except for Malawi, where the sample size is 80. All surveys are for 2018/19, except Malawi (2019/20). See Table 10 for the definition and list of high- and low-food-budget countriese.
SOURCE: Authors’ (FAO) own elaboration.

Table A10.2Severe food insecurity based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale across the rural–urban continuum (URCA) in selected high- and low-food-budget countries in Africa

SOURCE: Authors’ (FAO) own elaboration.
NOTES: Margins of error are shown in parentheses and are not shown for sample size <100. They are not computed for sample size <30, except for Malawi, where the sample size is 80. All surveys are for 2018/19, except Malawi (2019/20). See Table 10 for the definition and list of high- and low-food-budget countries.
SOURCE: Authors’ (FAO) own elaboration.

Table A10.3Prevalence of malnutrition in children under five years of age across the rural–urban continuum (URCA) for three countries in Africa

SOURCE: Authors' (UNICEF) own elaboration.
NOTE: Prevalence of malnutrition in children under five years of age in three Western African countries, by URCA (2018).
SOURCE: Authors' (UNICEF) own elaboration.
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