Key data for Rwanda

NCI28th HRCI5th HANCI10th
HANCI compares 45 developing countries for their performance on 22 indicators of political commitment to reduce hunger and undernutrition. All the countries compared in the index have high rates of hunger and undernutrition. The comparative approach of the index means that country scores are calculated in relation to the political commitment of the other countries in the index.
Existing rates of: Stunting: 37.9% Wasting: 2.2% Proportion of population underweight: 9.300000000000001% Source: DHS (2012)

Hunger Reduction Commitment Index (HRCI)

Public Spending Score Year HRCI rank of 45
Government spending on agriculture ?8%201310th
Government spending on health ?22.1%20121st
Policies Score Year HRCI rank of 45
Security of access to land?Strong20132nd
Access to agri. extension services ?Strong20134th
Civil registration of live births ?63.2%201022nd
Status of safety nets?Rudimentary20142nd
Laws Score Year HRCI rank of 45
Constitutional right to food ?Weak201120th
Women’s access to agricultural land?In Law, not in Practice20144th
Women’s Economic rights ?Partially Enforced20111st
Constitutional right to social security?No200631st

Nutrition Commitment Index (NCI)

Public Spending Score Year NCI rank of 45
Nutrition budget ?Yes20141st
Policies Score Year NCI rank of 45
Vitamin A coverage ?3%201245th
Governments promote complementary feeding?Yes20101st
Access to drinking water ?70.7%201228th
Access to sanitation?63.8%20129th
Skilled birth attendance ?98%20104th
Extent of nutrition features in national dev. policies/strategies?Weak201413th
National nutrition policy, plan or strategy?Yes20141st
Multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder coord. mechanism?Yes20141st
Time bound nutrition targets?Yes20141st
National nutrition survey ?Yes20141st
Laws Score Year NCI rank of 45
Enshrine ICBMS in domestic law ?Not Enshrined in Law201438th