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Global food policy report 2023: Rethinking food crisis responses: Synopsis [in Chinese]

International Food Policy Research Institute (ifpri)

No 136663, IFPRI synopses from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Abstract: In 2022, the world faced multiple crises. Disruptions to food systems from the protracted COVID-19 pandemic, major natural disasters, civil unrest and political instability, and the growing impacts of climate change continued, as the Russia-Ukraine war and inflation exacerbated a global food and fertilizer crisis. The growing number of crises, their increasing impact, and rising numbers of hungry and displaced people have galvanized calls to rethink responses to food crises, creating a real opportunity for change.

Keywords: agriculture; development; food security; hunger; policy; resilience; crises (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2023
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