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#Covid19: Global food crises report reveals impact on vulnerable countries

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An international alliance of UN, governmental, and non-governmental agencies working to address the root causes of extreme hunger have released a new edition of their annual Global Report on Food Crises.

The report indicates that at the close of 2019, 135 million people across 55 countries and territories experienced acute food insecurity (IPC/CH Phase 3 or above). Additionally, in the 55 food-crisis countries covered by the report, 75 million children were stunted and 17 million suffered from wasting in 2019.

This is the highest level of acute food insecurity (when a person’s inability to consume adequate food puts their lives or livelihoods in immediate danger) and malnutrition documented by the network since the first edition of the report in 2017.
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