Recurrent food crises and shocks in the world necessitate immediate national as well as global responses to provide short-term relief and longer-term policy change. As economies began recovering from the global COVID-19 pandemic during 2021, the Russian-Ukraine crisis emerged and has become a major setback to global recovering, sparking another global food security crisis. Some countries are particularly vulnerable, including those experiencing uneven economic recovery due to the COVID-19 pandemic, conflict-affected and fragile economies, and low-income countries with high levels of food import dependence.
Date(s) and Time(s): 28/06/2022 | 12:00 am
Location: The St. Regis Hotel, Nile Corniche, Cairo, Egypt