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Community Voices

HANCI works with partners in 5 countries – Bangladesh, Malawi, Tanzania, Nepal and Zambia – to support effective advocacy and document the views and perceptions of communities affected by hunger and undernutrition. These views are not used in the calculation of the index rankings but are intended as additional evidence to inform governments about what communities think their commitment to respond to addressing hunger and undernutrition challenges could look like.

The slideshows and videos on this page present some of these views. We are grateful to all the communities involved for their participation.

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Our partners from Action Aid Bangladesh visited several communities across the country, as well as as experts from governments and NGOs, to hear from them how they felt about their government’s efforts to reduce hunger and tackle undernutrition.

View the Bangladesh country scorecard
In these two short audio slideshow residents of Kasungu and Balaka districts in Malawi talk about how hunger and undernutrition affect their daily lives and discuss what they want to see their own governments doing to tackle the problem.

Interviews and images by Mirriam Muhome Matita, Gabriel Kamlomo and Jacob Nankhonya. Our gratitude to the communties who took part.

View the Malawi country scorecard
Chiwerere is a village in Lindi Rural District, Tanzania. Villagers were asked about hunger and undernutrition in the community and what they feel political commitment to help address these problems should look like. Here’s what they said…

Interviews were conducted in 2013 by PANITA / Save the Children.

View the Tanzania country scorecard
In Zambia villagers from the Luangwa district talked to HANCI researchers about how they are affected by hunger and undernutrition and what response they would like to see from their own government.

Interviews were conducted in 2012 by RuralNet Associates.

View the Zambia country scorecard