In recent weeks, food prices have reached record high levels. FAO’s Chief Economist discusses what this means for global hunger rates and the risk of social unrest as well as potential solutions.
Unless action is taken to enable food exports from Ukraine, economist Vitalii Dankevych predicts that the world will see a humanitarian crisis.
When the COVID-19 public health emergency ends July 15, 2022, millions of U.S. college students will lose crucial food assistance programs like SNAP.
The number of malnourished people may rise by more than 8 million in the coming year as a result of Russia’s war on Ukraine.
Food system advocates and policymakers called for changes that support farmers, address system inequities, and take a holistic approach to food systems.
Acute food insecurity is likely to deteriorate in 20 countries, requiring urgent humanitarian action.
As Russia’s war on Ukraine continues, farmers are facing shortages of labor and supplies.
At the Future of Food @ SXSW Andrew Zimmern discusses the future of the restaurant industry, the need for greater collaboration, and why the best metaphor for the food system is a Mobius strip.
The Alliance to End Hunger advocates for policies that will end hunger in the U.S. and globally.
Food 4 Farmers collaborates with coffee-growing communities in Latin America to build thriving local food hubs, diversify family income, promote sustainable agricultural practices, and cultivate local leadership.