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Economic shocks, conflicts, COVID-19 could reverse hard-earned food security gains in Yemen, says report

As per the latest Integrated Food Security Phase Classification analysis released by the FAO, UNICEF, WFP and partners, it has been revealed that economic shocks, floods, conflicts, locust attacks and now COVID-19 could reverse hard-earned food security gains in Yemen.

Acute food insecurity in Yemen eased last year due to a massive scale-up of humanitarian assistance but all the good work could quickly be undone as the number of people facing high levels of acute food insecurity is expected to increase from 2 million to 3.2 million in the next 6 months, the report said.

 

Editorial Desk at Agrigate.Global

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