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Explore the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza as revealed by the IPC report, emphasizing the urgent need for a ceasefire. Delve into the catastrophic levels of hunger, the risks faced by vulnerable populations, and the call for immediate international intervention.
Save the Children's global survey highlights hunger as the top concern for children worldwide, emphasizing the urgency of the hunger crisis intensified by the climate crisis, conflict, and COVID-19. While adults prioritize hunger, children at COP28 stress the profound impact of climate change on their future
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) presents a groundbreaking Global Roadmap at COP28, outlining a comprehensive strategy for achieving Sustainable Development Goal 2 (SDG2) without breaching the 1.5°C limit set by the Paris Agreement.
More than 27 million children were driven into hunger and malnutrition by extreme weather events in countries heavily impacted by the climate crisis in 2022, which was a 135% jump from the previous year, according to a new data analysis by Save the Children ahead of COP28.
A groundbreaking study by UCL researchers uncovers the direct influence of hunger hormones produced in the gut on the brain's decision-making processes, particularly in relation to food choices. The research, published in Neuron and conducted on mice, reveals insights into the intricate interplay between hunger and neural activity in the hippocampus.
Parents across the globe are a worried lot with their children not getting the proper nutrients they require daily, which leads to malnutrition. Moreover, 21% of children have gone to bed hungry in the last 30 days, a concern shared by parents globally.
"Save the Children warns that failure to renew the Black Sea Grain Initiative poses a catastrophic threat to vulnerable children worldwide, leading to devastating hunger. Millions of lives are at stake as developing nations heavily reliant on grain staples face food insecurity due to interrupted trade routes from Ukraine and Russia."
The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report jointly published by five United Nations agencies highlights the alarming increase in global hunger and malnutrition. With over 122 million more people facing hunger since 2019, achieving the Sustainable Development Goal of ending hunger by 2030 is at risk. The report emphasizes the need for immediate global efforts to address crises and build resilience against factors such as conflict and climate change. Additionally, it emphasizes the significant impact of malnutrition on children's survival, growth, and development, urging focused interventions to improve access to nutritious diets and essential nutrition services.
About 112.2 million people around the world were driven to hunger after 2020, compared to the previous major global food crisis (2008-2009), said a new study by CARE.
Conflict and violence threatens food security for 85 per cent of 258 million people in 58 countries, according to a new Action Against Hunger report.