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Hunger storm in the world Muhammad Salim Sulaiman
According to the latest report of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), every night about 828 million people go to bed hungry in the world and about 345 million people face a serious threat of food security. This means that this number of people are dealing with moderate and high levels of calorie and protein deficiency and malnutrition. This number was 282 million at the beginning of the year 2022. The United Nations warns that if hunger is not stopped, the gains that have been made over the past few years will be lost and many people will die due to hunger in the world, especially in Africa and Asia. become
The United Nations agency only needed 22 billion dollars in aid to prevent the hunger of 153 million people in 2022, but now that this number has increased, the gap between the necessary money and the existing hunger has widened. It needs a lot of help.
The current global hunger started from the borders of the Central American country of Haiti, reached the borders of the Central African country, South Sudan, and reached Yemen, Syria and Afghanistan in Asia, where tens of millions of people were suffering from severe hunger. They are pregnant, in which only 40 percent of the people of Afghanistan are facing a serious threat of food security, and if it is not addressed, a severe crisis may occur.
In addition to the deadly wave of the Corona virus, one of the reasons for this international crisis is the recent conflict between Russia and Ukraine and the non-export of grain from the ports of Russia and Ukraine. The countries of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, which produce the world’s necessary grain, thirty-six countries of Africa and Asia, most of which are poor countries, import more than half of their necessary grain from Russia and Ukraine.
On July 22, an agreement was signed between Russia and Ukraine under the efforts, mediation and supervision of the United Nations and Turkey, and as a result, grain and fertilizer were allowed to be exported to the world from the ports of Russia and Ukraine. There was a positive news and until the end of October, about 9 and a half million tons of grains were exported from the ports of these countries to the world, but on October 30th, Russia imposed a ban on grains exported from the ports of Ukraine.