The United States has one of the worst rates of child hunger among high-income countries. A recent UNICEF analysis puts it in perspective: About 20% of American children live in food-insecure households, meaning they lack access to safe and nutritious foods.
The big picture: Child hunger is a worldwide problem, with some of the world’s poorest countries in Africa reporting rates upwards of 70%. But among wealthy nations as defined by the World Bank, the United States has the fourth worst child hunger problem, followed only by Lithuania, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay.
The United States has one of the worst rates of child hunger among high-income countries.
Read more at https://www.axios.com/child-hunger-persists-among-high-income-countries-2492005810.html?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=organic&utm_content=infographic&utm_term=healthcare