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Latin America food crisis: 11.8 million people affected in only five countries

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The GNAFC global network's annual report, which is sponsored by several UN agencies, has estimated the seriousness of the situation in a small group of countries where reliable data was available. There is a concern in the case of Venezuela.

The Global Network Against Food Crises (GNAFC), in cooperation with several UN agencies, Wednesday, released its annual report on hunger in the world. The balance at the global level is bleak: 155 million people needed humanitarian aid due to the food crises that affected 55 countries in 2020. That is some 20 million more people . . .

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