Covid-19 health and humanitarian crisis

All over the world, the health crisis and resulting shutdowns have fueled hunger, exacerbating inequalities and weakening those most in need, including low-income families, daily workers on temporary or independent contracts, the elderly, the homeless, refugees and disadvantaged children deprived of access to school and cafeterias ...

No matter the country, the number of people using food banks reflects the growing and disproportionate precariousness: 54 million in the United States, up 50%; 8 million in France compared with 4.7 million before the crisis; 2 out of 5 households in the UK and over 10 million Brazilians are food insecure.

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