Burundi, Eritrea and Timor-Leste scored worst in the 2014 Global Hunger Index. The index, compiled by the International Food Policy Research Institute measures hunger-related problems in a society. The GHI score is the unweighted average of three indicators: The percentage of the population that is undernourished, the percentage of under 5 year-olds that are underweight and the under-5 mortality rate. In Burundi for example, 67.3% of the population is undernourished, 29.1% of children under five are underweight and the under-five mortality rate is 10.4%. That sums up to 106.8% and the GHI score is 106.8 divided by three: 35.6.