World Hunger Day: Hunger is gaining ground around the world
As a result of conflicts, climatic events and economic crises exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, acute food insecurity has further increased Getty Images / iStockphoto - Stas_V
By: Caroline Paré Follow
In 2020, under the effect of conflicts, economic crises exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic and climatic events, acute food insecurity further increased.
The Global Network Against Food Crises thus predicts a “difficult” year in 2021.
On the occasion of the world day against hunger, we take stock of the situation in the world and in particular in Madagascar and Syria.
Dr Pascal Revault
, doctor and Director of Expertise & Advocacy at
Action contre la Faim
, deputy head of emergencies at
Médecins sans Frontières
, in Madagascar
Dr Ziad Alissa
, president of the NGO
Union of Relief and Medical Care Organizations (UOSSM)
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