Kém dinh dưỡng
|Kém dinh dưỡng|
|Phân loại và tư liệu bên ngoài|
Kém dinh dưỡng, đôi khi được gọi là Suy dinh dưỡng là tình trạng thiếu thốn, quá thừa hoặc sự thiếu cân bằng trong việc tiêu thụ dinh dưỡng. Một số kiểu rối loạn dinh dưỡng xảy ra, phụ thuộc vào lượng dinh dưỡng thấp hoặc quá thừa trong chế độ ăn uống.
Số liệu [sửa]
suy dinh dưỡng
trên thế giới
|Tỉ lệ người
suy dinh dưỡng
tại các nước
đang phát triển 
|37 %||28 %||20 %||16 %||17 %|
|Quốc gia||Lượng người thiếu ăn (triệu)|
|Cộng hòa Dân chủ Congo||37.0|
|Bắc Triều Tiên||7.9|
Tham khảo [sửa]
- ^ Sullivan, arthur; Steven M. Sheffrin (2003). Economics: Principles in action. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458: Pearson Prentice Hall. tr. 481. ISBN 0-13-063085-3.
- ^ Food and Agriculture Organization Economic and Social Development Department. “The State of Food Insecurity in the World, 2008 : High food prices and food security - threats and opportunities”. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2008, p. 48.
- ^ Food and Agriculture Organization Agricultural and Development Economics Division. “The State of Food Insecurity in the World, 2006 : Eradicating world hunger – taking stock ten years after the World Food Summit”. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2006, p. 8. “Because of population growth, the very small decrease in the number of hungry people has nevertheless resulted in a reduction in the proportion of undernourished people in the developing countries by 3 percentage points – from 20 percent in 1990–92 to 17 percent in 2001–03. (…) the prevalence of undernourishment declined by 9 percent (from 37 percent to 28 percent) between 1969–71 and 1979–81 and by a further 8 percentage points (to 20 percent) between 1979–81 and 1990–92.”.
- ^ Food and Agriculture Organization Economic and Social Development Department. “The State of Food Insecurity in the World, 2008 : High food prices and food security - threats and opportunities”. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2008, p. 6. “Good progress in reducing the share of hungry people in the developing world had been achieved – down from almost 20 percent in 1990–92 to less than 18 percent in 1995–97 and just above 16 percent in 2003–05. The estimates show that rising food prices have thrown that progress into reverse, with the proportion of undernourished people worldwide moving back towards 17 percent.”.
Liên kết ngoài [sửa]
- Share Our Strength: An organization primarily concerned with hunger problems in developed countries such as the United States.
- The environmental food crisis A study done by the UN on feeding the world population (2009)
- The Global Food Security and Nutrition Forum (FSN Forum)
- Action Against Hunger - Giving the most basic of Human Rights - The right to Food
- Dan Jakopovich, A Few Basic Facts: On Hunger and Capital, Against the Current, March/April, No.133, 2008.
- The CE-DAT Complex Emergency Database - A source of data on malnutrition and mortality in conflict-affected populations
- A Life Saver Called "Plumpynut", CBS 60 Minutes, 21 tháng 10, 2007
- MSF Warns More Food Will Not Save Malnourished Children Group Calls for Increased and Expanded Use of New, Innovative Nutritional Products
- Micro-algae Algosophette
- Intergovernmental Institution for the use of Micro-algae Spirulina Against Malnutrition (IIMSAM)
- Reports on World Nutrition Situation The annual reports prepared by UN Standing Committee on Nutrition contain detailed information on common challenges, extent of malnutrition, efforts being taken to address them, and a wealth of other useful information.
- Physical Growth & Nutritional status
- World Hunger Map (from United Nations World Food Programme)
- FAO country statistics
- HungryKids Info on malnutrition from HungryKids
- Fighting Hunger and poverty in Ethiopia (Peter Middlebrook)
- Meds & Food for Kids - Fighting malnutrition in Haiti one child at a time.
- And why not Spirulina as solution?
- GAIN - Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
- School Feeding Programs for Children Interviews with World Food Programme officials about the status of school feeding programs for children in developing countries
- Mother, Infant and Young Child Nutrition & Malnutrition Optimal maternal, infant and young child feeding and caring practices reduce underweight and stunting and set the foundations for appropriate growth.
- Food for Peace: Eisenhower's Unsung Initiative Can Be Obama's Most Powerful Tool for Peace Global hunger article on the History News Network
- "Human Rescue Plan". World Food Programme, 2009 (video).