The global food crisis is affecting 153 million children under the age of 18, nearly half of the 345 million people facing acute hunger, which is having ‘devastating consequences for their education’, the Program warned today. World Food Organization (WFP) of the UN. .

WFP has warned that the food crisis could worsen the lack of learning suffered during the pandemic due to school closures, so there is an urgent need to prioritize school health and nutrition programmes, expand safety nets security and to obtain a strong donor response.

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