Recipe for Response: What We Know About the Next Global Food Crisis, and How to Fight it - CARE

Recipe for Response: What We Know About the Next Global Food Crisis, and How to Fight it

For the 811 million people around the globe living in hunger, the effects of the conflict in Ukraine represent another deeply alarming threat to their food security. Women, children, and other marginalized groups, who disproportionately bear the brunt of hunger crises, are especially vulnerable. There will be deadly consequences for people living in hunger if we don’t respond now to global food insecurity.

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