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World Food Day 2020: Sida concluding remarks

Presentation by Gustav Lindskog, Programme Manager/Specialist, Unit for Humanitarian Assistance, Thematic Responsibility for Food Security and Livelihoods, Sida

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World Food Day 2020: Sida concluding remarks

  1. 1. • The world is currently off track to achieve the SDG targets for hunger and malnutrition • The number of people suffering from hunger has been slowly increasing since 2014. SDG 2End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture Agenda 2030
  2. 2. • 135 million people in need of acute food assistance. • 74 million food insecure people in conflict-affected areas. • 80 percent of humanitarian resources are allocated to conflict areas. 690million people or 1 in 9 of the world's population – suffered from hunger last year A global overview
  3. 3. • Refugees and internally displaced people are among the most vulnerable to shocks • More than half of the refugees are hosted in countries with high numbers of acute food-insecurity. 79million people displaced worldwide Displacement
  4. 4. • Conflict, economic crisis and climate-related shocks put pressure on already vulnerable communities. • In a worst case scenario, the pandemic threatens to almost double the number of acutely hungry people globally. 130million people in risk of falling into chronic hunger due to COVID-19 An additional COVID-19