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    Republic of the Marshall Islands Food Security Profile 2021
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    This brochure is one output from a two-year Technical Cooperation Programme Project, on strenghtening the national capacities of Pacific Island Countries to monitor Sustainable Development Goals Target 2.1 using information collected in their most recent or ongoing national Household Income and Expenditure Survey. Country profiles on the State of food security and nutrition in each of the targeted countries aims to exploit as much as possible the food data collected in the Household Income and Expenditure Survey, to derive indicators on food security and nutrition at national level that could inform policies aiming at fighting root causes of Non Communicable Diseases. The Food Security Profile also provides a wealth of information on dietary energy consumption, food sources, food costs and nutritional adequacy of the Marshallese. The production of the Food Security Profile was a joint collaboration between the Marshall Islands Economic Policy Planning and Statistics Office, the Pacific Community and the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.
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    Marshall Islands GLOBEFISH Market Profile - 2018 2021
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    As the fisheries sector increasingly relies on regional and international trade for its sales, it has become crucial for those involved to have consistent, independent and trustworthy market information. The GLOBEFISH country profile provides a simple and clear overview of trade in fisheries and aquaculture for participants in today’s global fish trade. Each GLOBEFISH country profile will share valuable information such as: GDP from fisheries, Imports and Exports of fish and fishery profiles, production and trade breakdown, top species by value for exports/imports, HS codes, and more.
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    Food consumption in the Marshall Islands
    Based on analysis of the 2019/20 Household Income and Expenditure Survey
    2021
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    This report presents the main results derived from the analysis of the food data collected in the 2019/20 HIES to inform current patterns on food and nutrient consumption in Marshall Islands. The analysis of the food insecurity experience scale data collected in the 2019/20 HIES reveals that more than one household in three is experiencing moderate or severe levels of food insecurity, which means they are lacking money or other resources to access foods in enough quantity or of good quality. The further analysis of the food data collected in the same survey finds that for around 5 percent of Marshallese, their dietary intake is lower than their basic dietary needs to maintain a normal active and healthy life. Whenever possible, indicators are given at national level and for sub-groups of the population.

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