The agreement that has allowed for the safe export of grain from Ukraine makes food more accessible to those who are one step away from a humanitarian disaster.
Ukrainian farmers report that inputs ranging from seeds and labor to veterinary medications and livestock feed are in short supply.
Russia’s war against Ukraine has resulted in the third global food price spike in 15 years.
Unless action is taken to enable food exports from Ukraine, economist Vitalii Dankevych predicts that the world will see a humanitarian crisis.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, food banks in Ukraine and across Europe providing food aid for Ukrainians.
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.
The war in Ukraine is expected to drive fuel, food, and fertilizer costs to historic highs in Malawi.
As Russia’s war on Ukraine continues, farmers are facing shortages of labor and supplies.