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Table 2 Proportion of the 215 households that had insufficient access to food during the previous 30 days

From: Realization of the right to adequate food and the nutritional status of land evictees: a case for mothers/caregivers and their children in rural Central Uganda

Indicators of insufficient food accessibility Percent
I. Anxiety and uncertainty about household food supplies
1. Worried that their households would not have enough food to eat 78.40
II. Insufficient food quality (food variety and preferences)
1. Were not able to eat the kinds of foods they preferred 52.10
2. Had to eat a limited variety of foods 68.90
3. Had to eat some foods that were not wanted 62.60
III. Insufficient food intake (quantity of food)
1. Had to eat smaller meals than needed 47.30
2. Had to eat fewer meals in a day 53.10
3. Had ever had no food of any kind to eat in the household 30.50
4. Had to go to sleep at night hungry 11.00
5. Had to go a whole day and night without eating anything 6.30