The United Nations has said that 258 million people will be severely food insecure in 2022.
According to the American news agency AP, a report from the United Nations has said that in 2022, 258 million people in 58 countries will be severely malnourished due to conflicts, climate change, the effects of the Corona virus epidemic, and Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Protection faced.
The UN report on food crises around the world was published on Wednesday.
The report declared that people starved and died in Somalia, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Haiti, Burkina Faso, South Sudan, and Yemen.
The report added that 258 million people are in urgent need of food. A further increase in the number of these people has also been reported for the fourth consecutive year.
The Director of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), Ryan Paulson, has said that a combination of factors is contributing to hunger problems.
He said these include conflict, climate change, the effects of the epidemic, and the consequences of the Russian war in Ukraine.
According to Ryan Paulson, because of them, the global fertiliser, wheat, corn, and sunflower oil trade
He further said that their major effects are as follows: their food has been exported from all countries.
“Prices went up, and poor countries were badly affected,” he said.
The new head of the World Food Programme has issued a warning that the agency’s resources to provide food aid are “dwindling dangerously.”
Presenting the report, executive director Sandy McCain, who attended the event, said her agency could be forced to take “tough” measures to cut aid if more administrative arrangements are not made.
Sandy McCain said he had just visited Somalia, where he said he saw people in harm’s way and on the brink of destruction.
Prosperity insecurity comes when there is no adequate food in front of him and someone immediately falls into his life and society.