The Human Costs of the Food Crisis


In a world facing an unprecedented cost of living crisis, communities in the Global South are again bearing the burden of severe price rises for essentials such as food, fuel, and fertilizer.

Now, ActionAid’s new research has found that families are spending up to ten times what they paid almost 16 months ago for food, fuel, and fertiliser.

The food crisis is impacting women and girls from the world’s most marginalised communities the most. Rising prices are impacting women and girls food intake, education, their right to live free from child marriage, and their mental health and well-being. 

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