Release of the 2020 Global Report on Food Crises and knock-on effects of COVID-19 in the hungriest countries

FOOD CRISES and COVID-19

Save the date – 21 April 2020

Release of the 2020 Global Report on Food Crises and knock-on effects of COVID-19 pandemic in the hungriest countries.

On 21 April 2020, the Global Network against Food Crises – an international alliance
working to address the root causes of extreme hunger – will release the latest figures
on how many people are facing acute hunger and malnutrition in crisis prone countries,
in a new edition of its annual report, the Global Report on Food Crises.
Alongside the report, Network’s partners will issue a statement outlining their collective
commitment to respond to multiplying food crises across the globe that are now being
compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as their plan to protect and strengthen
food systems in the post-pandemic world.
The report and supporting messages and contents will be made available via a digital
campaign under the hashtag #fightfoodcrises.
The full report will be made available on 21 April at www.fightfoodcrises.net and
www.fsinplatform.org. In addition to the core report, partners’ statements, videos,
interviews, and other multimedia products unpacking the report and articulating the
Global Network’s vision moving forward will also be made available at
www.fightfoodcrises.net.

WHEN
21 April 2020
11:00 am (UTC/GMT +2 hours)

WHO
Global Network Against
Food Crises

HOW
Web and social media campaign
Follow the Twitter accounts:
@fightfoodcrises
@FSIN_news
#fightfoodcrises

Websites:
www.fightfoodcrises.net
www.fsinplatform.org

 

 

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