Nutrition and food distribution gaps in lower income countries 2012-2022

This statistic shows projections for the nutritional gap and food distribution gap in lower income countries from 2012 to 2022. The 76 countries included in this statistic are lower income countries that are or have been receiving food aid and are experiencing or have experienced food insecurity. In 2012, the distribution gap is expected to be over 17 million tons.

Nutritional and food distributional gaps in 76 lower income countries worldwide from 2012 to 2022

Nutritional gapDistributional gap
20128,44317,074
20177,92416,641
20228,80317,183
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Sources

Release date

July 2012

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2012 and 2012

Special properties

76 lower income countries

Supplementary notes

* The 76 countries included in this statistic are lower income countries that are or have been receiving food aid and are experiencing or have experienced food insecurity.
Nutritional gap describes the amount of grain equivalent needed to support nutritional standards on a national average level. Distributional gap is the amount of grain equivalent needed to allow each income quintile to reach the nutritonal target
All figures are projections.

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