United Nations: UN agency issued a warning, said - more than one million people are suffering from starvation in many countries of the world
The United Nations agency warned on Wednesday that nearly one million people living in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen are starving. The agency said that if the aid is not received, all these countries will face starvation this year as well.
The UN agency warned on Wednesday that nearly one million people living in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen are starving. The agency said that if the aid is not received, all these countries will face starvation this year as well. The main reason for this is the ongoing war between many countries. Along with this, economic imbalance has increased due to Corona epidemic and Russia-Ukraine War.
The situation will be frightening in the coming days
The head of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said that severe drought in many countries of Africa has put people on the brink of starvation. Food insecurity is spreading very fast all over the world. The head of the FAO said that the situation is likely to worsen in the coming few months if humanitarian aid is not provided on a large scale.
Rapid rise in prices
While global agricultural commodity prices have risen significantly in recent months, local food prices have soared in many countries, increasing the risk of a crisis manifold. However, to mitigate the food crisis, the United Nations is promoting grain and fertilizer shipments with Russia and Ukraine.
Ukraine and Russia Large Exporters of Grains
It is known that Ukraine is the world's fourth largest grain exporter, while Russia ranks third for grain exporter and first in fertilizer exporter. High prices of fuel, food and fertilizer have forced the monetary policy of advanced economies to tighten, according to the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) hunger hotspots report. Increased cost of credit for low-income countries.