The 2023 Global Food Policy Report, released by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) today, offers critical evidence that can help policymakers, the private sector, and the international development community heed calls for a more proactive response to food system shocks. In 2022, the world faced multiple crises that added to the rising numbers of hungry and malnourished people. Continuing disruptions to food systems included the COVID-19 pandemic, major natural disasters, civil unrest and political instability, and climate change, all aggravated by the Russia-Ukraine war and related spikes in food and fertilizer prices.
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