Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index - HANCI
The Hunger and Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI) ranks governments on their political commitment to tackling hunger and undernutrition. The index was created to provide greater transparency and public accountability by measuring what actions governments take, and what they fail to do to address it.
- 11th April 2013 the HANCI website is launched with statistics on the political commitment to tackling hunger and undernutrition in 45 developing countries
- 11th April 2013 Guardian Development article published
- 11th April 2013 Oxfam's Duncan Green blogs on the first HANCI release
- 13th April 2013 Al Jazeera's Inside Story TV programme features HANCI lead researcher Dolf te Lintelo
- Twitter reaction to first HANCI release
- 4th June 2013 the second HANCI release, how developed nations ranked in terms of overseas spending on undernutrition
- Infographic shared around social media ranking the developed countries
- Positive reaction from Twitterincluding Marcel Beukeboom (Head Food Security and Financial Sector, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands), Joe Costello (Labour TD for Dublin Central. Minister for Trade and Development), Julian Fantino (Canada's Minister of International Development until July 2013) and retweeted by Olav Kjorven (Assistant Secretary General, UNDP)
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