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  1. Jr. Version All About Hunger TRIVIA

  2. Countries Regions Stats Hunger 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500

  3. Row 1, Col 1 Which country has a greater rate of undernourishment, China or India? India

  4. Row 1, Col 2 How many countries in Europe have high rates of undernourished people? None.

  5. Row 1, Col 3 • What percentage of people in Canada are undernourished? • Less than 5% • 5%-10% • 10%-15% • 15%-20% Less than 5%

  6. Row 1, Col 4 True or False: Hunger is mainly due to emergencies like conflicts or natural disasters. False. Hunger is usually the result of not having access to enough food to eat over a long period of time, or not eatingsufficientlynutritious foods.

  7. Row 2, Col 1 • Of these four Central American countries, which has extremely low rates of undernourishment. • Nicaragua • Costa Rica • Guatemala • Panama Costa Rica

  8. Row 2, Col 2 Which continent has the most countries with very high rates of undernourishment? Africa

  9. Row 2, Col 3 What percentage of people who don’t have enough to eat live in the developing world? • 68% • 78% • 88% • 98% 98%

  10. Row 2, Col 4 True or False: Unclean water cancontribute to malnutrition. True.

  11. Row 3, Col 1 • Of these four countries in South America, which has the highest rate of undernourishment? • Bolivia • Brazil • Paraguay • Peru Bolivia

  12. Row 3, Col 2 • Seven countries in Africa have extremely low rates of undernourishment. In which part of Africa are most of these countries located? • South • East • Central • North North

  13. Row 3, Col 3 • In countries with very high rates of undernourishment, what percentage of people are undernourished? • 10%-15% • 15%-20% • 20%-30% • 35% or higher 35% or higher

  14. Row 3, Col 4 Name two causes of hunger. Poverty, the rising cost of food, conflict, changingweather patterns, lack of investment in agriculture, genderinequlities, unfairpolicies.

  15. Row 4, Col 1 How many countries in the Western Hemisphere have a veryhigh rate of undernourishment? One-Haiti

  16. Row 4, Col 2 • Which region of the world has the most people who are hungry? • Africa • Central and South America • Asia and the Pacific • NorthAmerica Asia and the Pacific

  17. Row 4, Col 3 True or False: There are 578 million people in sub-Saharan Africa who don’t have enough to eat live, which is more hungry people than any other region. False. 220 million people in Sub- Saharan Africa don’t have enough to eat compared to 512 million people in Asia and the Pacific. While Asia has the most hungry people, Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest prevalence of hunger.

  18. Row 4, Col 4 What does it mean to be food insecure? This is a situation that exists when people lackregularaccess to sufficientamounts of safe and nutritiousfood for normal growth and development and an active and healthylifestyle.

  19. Row 5, Col 1 • Which of these countries does not have a very high rate of undernourishment ? • Haiti • Ethiopia • DemocraticRepublic of Congo • South Africa South Africa

  20. Row 5, Col 2 True or False: Most countries with high rates of malnutrition live near the equator. True.

  21. Row 5, Col 3 How many people in the world don’t have enough to eat? 1.5 billion (21% of the world’s population) 795 million (13% of the world’s population) 500 million (7% of the world’s population) 100 million (1% of the world’s population) 795 million (11% of the world’s population)

  22. Row 5, Col 4 A micronutrient deficiency is when people don’t get enough vitamins and nutrients. It is particularly harmful to two groups of people. Which two groups? • Young men and young women. • Children and pregnant/nursing women. • Children and the elderly. • Pregnant women and the elderly. Children and pregnant/nursing women