2.37 billion people had no access to food in 2020 Covid-19 pandemic year: UN report

As the world shut down and millions of jobs were lost, hundreds of millions of people around the globe either didn't have access to any food, or went hungry, or didn't have access to nutritional food—children and women were more likely to be affected. A look at some key numbers highlight by a United Nations report shows the gravity of the problem

Published: Jul 13, 2021 08:30:02 PM IST
Updated: Jul 13, 2021 08:35:35 PM IST

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