Africa’s future is full of great potential, but hunger is still a significant problem in many parts of the continent.
Over the years, Africa has had to deal with all sorts of problems that have made hunger worse including climate change, political unrest, security and economic inequality, which leaves the most. Of the farmer’s and people vulnerable without access to essential food resources, perpetuating the cycle of hunger in africa.
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But there is a silver lining. Some countries are showing that it is possible to make real progress in the fight against hunger according to the 2023 Global Hunger Index, a tool for comprehensively measuring and tracking hunger globally.
The world has not made giant leaps in reducing hunger since 2015, a few African nations are setting a commendable example.
For the 2023 GHI report, data were assessed for 136 countries. Out of these, there was sufficient data to calculate 2023 GHI scores for and rank 125 countries
Here are the 10 African countries with the lowest hunger index: