All-Time Highs: The Global Report on Food Crises 2022


Climate shocks, conflict, Covid-19, and spiraling costs of food and fuel are creating a perfect storm, driving millions closer to starvation, and threatening global stability.  At the same time, the consequences of the conflict in Ukraine are radiating outwards, triggering a wave of collateral hunger that is spreading across the globe. If the conflict in Ukraine persists, acute hunger is expected to rise by 47 million people in the 81 countries where World Food Programme (WFP) works. Read more here.
Source: The Bond


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