An index that triggers a metric tonne of annoyance
Criticizing the GHI for a sample size of 3,000 is, at best, misinformed and misguided
So you say you’re interested in the Global Hunger Index (GHI)? You know, the one that was recently released and has caused heartache in India. Heartache, not just because India is ranked 107th out of 121 countries, but also because it is ranked below the neighbours we like to think of as basket-cases —Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Nepal.