Global response to soaring food prices: Generosity is just a start

Posted on AllSides July 6th, 2022
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economy and jobs, food prices, global economy
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To address global food insecurity made worse by the Ukraine war, leaders and organizations are looking beyond mere aid, focusing on increased food production and improved supply chains to bolster nations’ resilience.

In Zambia – where more than half the population is undernourished, and 1.2 million people are experiencing acute food insecurity – farmers already produce more than 80% of the country’s food needs.

But Zambian and international agricultural and food-production experts are convinced that with the right seeds, better technology, improved storage and delivery infrastructure, and stronger climate resilience,...

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