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Explore the latest data on nutrition at global, regional and country level. Use our interactive profiles to find out what progress your country has made towards the global nutrition targets. Photo: Asian Development Bank. Cambodia is 'off course' to meet all of the global nutrition targets for which there was sufficient data to assess progress. No progress has been made towards achieving the target of reducing anaemia among women of reproductive age, with Meanwhile, there has also been some progress towards achieving the low birth weight target with No progress has been made towards achieving the exclusive breastfeeding target, with Cambodia has made some progress towards achieving the target for stunting, but Cambodia has made no progress towards achieving the target for wasting, with 9.
The prevalence of overweight children under 5 years of age is 2. Cambodia has shown limited progress towards achieving the diet-related non-communicable disease NCD targets. The country has shown no progress towards achieving the target for obesity, with an estimated 4. Cambodia's obesity prevalence is lower than the regional average of 8. At the same time, diabetes is estimated to affect 6.
MIYCN targets include anaemia among women of reproductive age WRA, 15—49 yearsinfants with low birthweight, exclusive breastfeeding among infants under 6 months of age, and stunting, wasting and overweight in children under 5 years of age. NCD targets include adult obesity and diabetes; raised blood pressure and salt intake are not presented due to lack of country-level data.
Obesity and diabetes are based on age-standardised modelled estimates for adults aged 18 years and older, using the WHO standard population; they are reported by sex due to limitations in data availability. Anaemia and low birthweight are also based on modelled estimates. The methodologies for tracking progress differ across targets.
See Methodology for more information on the indicators. Accessed 30 November Intakes are based on modelled estimates for adults aged 25 years and older. Regional intakes are based on population-weighted means of 48 countries and sub-regional intakes are based on population-weighted means of 11 countries. The dietary factors have been selected as those diet components that have a statistically ificant relationship with at least one disease endpoint that can be generalisable to all populations.
Protective dietary factors include fruit, vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds, whole grains, milk, fibre, polyunsaturated fat, omega 3 fatty acids and calcium. Harmful dietary factors include red meats, processed meats, sugar-sweetened beverages, trans fat and sodium. The theoretical minimum risk of exposure level TMREL represents the optimal dietary intake that minimises risk from all causes of deaths combined. Accessed: 30 November Low birth weight is defined as less than 2,g. Underweight is defined as a body mass index of less than Source: Global Fortification Data Exchange, Notes: Country with food-based dietary guidelines insugar-sweetened beverage tax in and all other policies in Policy is defined as a specific official decision or set of decisions deed to carry out a course of action endorsed by a political body, including a set of goals, priorities and main directions for attaining these goals, including legislation and product reformulation mandates.
Strategy is defined as a long-term plan deed to achieve a particular goal.
Action plan is defined as a scheme or course of action, which may correspond to a policy or strategy, with defined activities indicating who does what, when, how and with what resources to accomplish an objective. Notes: Target included in national policies in Any national government-implemented policy, strategy or plan relevant to improving nutrition and promoting healthy diet was considered for countries. Legislation, codes, regulations, protocols and guidelines, as well as non-governmental policies, were excluded. Available at: www. Estimates include ODA grants and loans, but excludes other official flows and private grants.
World Population Prospects All estimates are based on modelled estimates for The prevalence of undernourishment PoU is defined as the proportion of the population whose habitual food consumption is insufficient to provide the dietary energy levels required to maintain a normal active and healthy life. Notes: of deaths of children aged 0—59 months per 1, live births, based on modelled estimates up to Notes: of health workers per 1, people, based on modelled estimates. Health worker definition and training vary across countries and human resources tend to be concentrated in urban areas, so inferences may be affected.
Physicians include generalist and specialist medical doctors. Nurses and midwives include professional, auxiliary and enrolled nurses and midwives, as well as other associated personnel, e. Community health workers include various types of community health aides, many with country-specific occupational titles such as community health officers, community health-education workers, family health workers, lady health visitors and health extension package workers.
Human Development Report, The Gender Inequality Index GII measures: gender inequalities in reproductive health, measured by maternal mortality ratio and adolescent birth rates; empowerment, measured by proportion of parliamentary seats occupied by women and proportion of women and men aged 25 years and older with at least some secondary education; and economic status, expressed as labour market participation and measured by labour force participation rate of female and male populations aged 15 years and older.
GII ranges from 0 women and men fare equally to 1 one gender fares as poorly as possible in all measured dimensions. Countries are ranked from most equal 1 to most unequal Country Nutrition Profiles Explore the latest Fat Cambodia sex Cambodia on nutrition at global, regional and country level. Select and filter regions and countries Search for a country or region Search. Cambodia Copy.
Profile sections. Share section Copy. Progress towards the global nutrition targets. WRA anaemia No progress or worsening.
Low birth weight Some progress. Exclusive breastfeeding No progress or worsening. Under-5 stunting Some progress.
Under-5 wasting No progress or worsening. Under-5 overweight No progress or worsening. Adult female obesity No progress or worsening. Adult male obesity No progress or worsening. Adult female diabetes No progress or worsening. Adult male diabetes No progress or worsening. Infant and young child feeding Prevalence of infant and young child feeding indicators. Dietary intakes Dietary intakes of key foods and nutrients in adults aged 25 years and over. Infant and young child nutrition status Prevalence of stunting, wasting and overweight in children under 5 years of age.
Prevalence of coexisting stunting, wasting and overweight in children under 5 years of age. Prevalence of infants with low birth weight. Child and adolescent nutrition status Prevalence of underweight, overweight and obesity in children and adolescents aged 5—19 years. Adult nutrition status and disease Prevalence of underweight, overweight and obesity in adults aged 18 years and over.
Prevalence of anaemia among women of reproductive age. Prevalence of raised blood pressure and diabetes in adults aged 18 years and over. Legislation for mandatory salt iodisation Yes. Sugar-sweetened beverage tax No. Policy to limit saturated fatty acid intake No.
Policy to eliminate industrially produced trans fatty acids No. Policy to reduce the impact of marketing of foods and beverages high in saturated fats, trans fatty acids, free sugars, or salt on children No. Operational policy, strategy, or action plan to reduce unhealthy diet related to non-communicable diseases Yes. Operational, multisectoral policy, strategy or action plan for non-communicable diseases No. Operational policy, strategy or action plan for diabetes No.
National policy targets Inclusion of targets related to the global nutrition targets in national policies Reduce anaemia among women Yes. Reduce of infants born with low birth weight Yes. Increase prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding in infants 0—5 months Yes. Reduce child stunting Yes. Reduce child wasting Yes. Reduce child overweight No. Reduce adolescent and adult overweight Yes. Reduce raised blood pressure prevalence Yes. Multisectoral comprehensive nutrition plan Yes. Prevalence of undernourishment. Under-5 mortality rate per 1, live births. Population density of health workers per 1, people Type Year Medical doctors 0.
Source of drinking water. Type of sanitation facility. Annual gross domestic product GDP per capita. Population living below the poverty line We have no data for this section. Gender-related determinants Early childbearing 7 Gender Inequality Index score 0. Prevalence of female secondary school enrolment.Fat Cambodia sex Cambodia
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