Which countries are affected by the current food crisis and how can we improve things?

The danger of an overlapping debt and food crisis is greatest for seven countries in particular – Afghanistan, Eritrea, Mauritania, Somalia, Sudan, Tajikistan and Yemen. Image: Unsplash/Jeremy Bezanger

Marcello Estevão

Global Director, Macroeconomics, Trade & Investment, The World Bank


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In poor countries, the current food crisis prompted families to sell household valuables to buy food. Image: World Bank Group - Macroeconomics, Trade, and Investment Global Practice


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