IRIN Special Report Looks At Global Food Insecurity, Humanitarian Aid Needs In 2018
IRIN: Food aid 2018: the never-ending crisis
“…According to the U.N.’s Global Humanitarian Overview for 2018, some $22.5 billion in aid will be required in the coming year to help 90.9 million of the 135.7 million vulnerable people in need of assistance and protection. Funding can’t keep pace with need, so where are the biggest gaps and which groups are missing out most? This special IRIN report focuses on those who are most food insecure — those on the frontline of humanitarian emergencies who don’t know where their next meal is coming from…” (1/15).
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