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The global food security initiative emphasizes the need to address the root causes of food insecurity through effective policies and to build a stronger, more resilient and sustainable global food system.
Since 2012, China, Myanmar, Indonesia and Ghana have made the most significant progress. On the other hand, the index also highlights 20 countries whose poverty levels have gradually increased since 2012. Although the rate of decline in the poverty rate was already slowing before the pandemic, the outbreak of the new crown may further aggravate the situation and reverse the achievements in poverty reduction in the past 20 years. Early evidence suggests that the epidemic and the resulting blockade have a disproportionate impact on people with fragile economies and living below the poverty line. In urban areas, informal workers and migrants are affected by rising food prices, while small farmers face income and food uncertainty.
For the first time in 2020, the index measures income and living standards through inequality adjusted income levels.
Adequate resources and effective implementation of food safety net can protect vulnerable groups. The latest index shows that 110 out of 113 countries have established food safety nets.
As the global food safety initiative emphasizes, food safety nets in 47 countries lack sufficient funds to cope with the crisis, and 36 countries lack national coverage.
Food market data and mobile banking improved in 63 of 113 countries.
Although European countries maintained strong scores in the index period, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states including Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have made significant progress in the past decade. 90% of countries have made positive progress since 2012, but further efforts are needed to fill the huge gap.
The 2020 index found that some countries have made significant progress in ensuring access to essential micronutrients for their populations.
Throughout the index period 2012-2020, European countries have performed well in ensuring that their diets contain micronutrients such as vitamin A, iron and zinc. Low and lower middle income countries in Asia, Latin America and sub Saharan Africa have shown a trend of improvement. More reading: Ipsos: 2015 food safety report (attached report) Ipsos: 85% of people will consider food safety when buying food economist think tank: China ranks 35th in global food safety index in 2019 Taobao data: 8300 transactions per minute European Commission’s report on “China’s non super white food safety information system” in 2016 The most dangerous goods are toys – Canada part of global mobile Internet market data disclosure series (with download) iResearch: typical market data of China’s new economy in Q4 of 2019 and Q1 forecast in 2020 (with download) appsflyer: data of global mobile game market in the first half of 2019 Yiguan International: data of China’s online game market in Q1 of 2013 Yiguan International: data of China’s interactive entertainment in Q1 of 2015 Special research on market data inventory: yhmobi: 2015 global mobile Internet market data Middle East: 2015 global mobile Internet market data Latin America: 2015 global mobile Internet market data Vietnam: 2015 global mobile Internet market data Malaysia
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