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The 2017 Global Hunger Index (GHI) indicates that worldwide levels of hunger and undernutrition have declined over the long term: At 21.8 on a scale of 100, the average GHI score for 2017 is 27 percent lower than the 2000 score (29.9) (Figure 2.1). This improvement reflects the reductions since 2000 in each of the four GHI indicators – the prevalence of undernourishment, child stunting (low height-for-age), child wasting (low weight-for-height), and child mortality. Rank# | Country 18 🇧🇷Brazil 
23 🇲🇽Mexico 
44 🇲🇾Malaysia 
55 🇿🇦S-Africa 
65 🇬🇭Ghana 
70 🇰🇪Kenya 
84 🇳🇬Nigeria 
100 🇮🇳India Last 🔟 109 🇭🇹Haiti 
110 🇹🇱Timor-Leste 
111 🇳🇪Niger 
112 🇱🇷Liberia 
113 🇸🇩Sudan 
114 🇾🇪Yemen 
115 🇿🇲Zambia 
116 🇲🇬Madagascar 
117 🇸🇱Sierra Leone 
118 🇹🇩Chad 
119 🇨🇫Central African Republic UCJ, UNILORIN.

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