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Climate change will put about 14.8 million people at risk of hunger by 2030, says Global Food Policy Report-2022.

The report, prepared by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), says the number of victims of hunger would be 11.3 million in 2030 if there was no impact of climate change.

According to the report, launched yesterday for Bangladesh at a Dhaka hotel, over 750 million people in South Asia are affected by floods, droughts, and climatic hazards caused by climate change.

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