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SDG # 2 - End Hunger

End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
  • 2.1.1: Prevalence of undernourishment:
    • This indicator measures the proportion of the population that is suffering from hunger. It is calculated using data from household food consumption surveys and other sources.
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  • 2.2.1: Proportion of population with access to adequate food all year round:
    • This indicator measures the proportion of the population that has consistent access to enough food to meet their daily caloric requirements. It is calculated using data from household food consumption surveys and other sources.
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  • 2.3.1: Proportion of children aged 6-23 months who are fed a diversified diet
    • This indicator measures the proportion of children aged 6-23 months who are fed a balanced and varied diet, which includes foods from different food groups. This can be measured through household food consumption surveys or other data sources.
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    2.4.1: Prevalence of stunting (height-for-age) among children under 5 years of age
    • This indicator measures the proportion of children under the age of five who are too short for their age, a condition known as stunting. Stunting is a result of long-term malnutrition and is an indicator of poor health and development. This can be measured through national health and nutrition surveys or other data sources.
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    2.5.1: Proportion of population that is food insecure
    • This indicator measures the proportion of the population that is facing food insecurity, which is defined as limited or uncertain access to adequate food. This can be measured through household food consumption surveys or other data sources.
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  • 2.6.1: Proportion of rural population that is food insecure
    • This indicator measures the proportion of the rural population that is facing food insecurity, which is defined as limited or uncertain access to adequate food. This can be measured through household food consumption surveys or other data sources.
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  • 2.a.1: Agricultural land area as a proportion of total land area
    • This indicator measures the proportion of total land area that is used for agricultural purposes. It is calculated using data from national land use statistics or other data sources.
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  • 2.b.1: Agricultural value added per capita
    • This indicator measures the value added to the economy through agriculture per capita. It is calculated using data from national agricultural statistics or other data sources.
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  • 2.c.1: Proportion of total fish production that is sustainably managed
    • This indicator measures the proportion of total fish production that is sustainably managed, which means that fishing practices are carried out in a way that ensures the long-term health of fish populations and the environment. This can be measured through data on fishing practices and regulations or other data sources.