India Ranks 97th In 2016 Global Hunger Index, With 15% Of Population Undernourished

Quartz: With 15% of its population undernourished, India still has a serious hunger problem
“Despite an improvement in nutrition levels over the last 15 years, India still has a serious hunger problem: 15 percent of the country’s population remains undernourished. Asia’s third-largest economy has taken a lowly 97th spot in a ranking of 118 countries in the 2016 Global Hunger Index (GHI) released by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)…” (Punit, 10/12).

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