Food2020

The world is facing an unprecedented hunger crisis. Here's why

The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank distributes food outside a church in November 2020 Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Alem Tedeneke

Media Lead, Canada, Latin America and Sustainable Development Goals, World Economic Forum

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