Shown on the x-axis is the main FAO hunger indicator. It measures the share of the population that consumes an amount of calories that is insufficient to cover the energy requirement for an active and healthy life (as defined by the minimum dietary energy requirement). Shown on the y-axis is the share of children younger than 5 years that are stunted, which means they fall are two standard deviations from the median height-for-age of the WHO 'Child Growth Standards'.
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