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Around the world, 828 million people don’t have enough food to lead an active and healthy life. As countries face a record number of emergencies, many fueled by conflict and the effects of climate change, more people are being pushed further into hunger.

The COVID-19 pandemic, worsening climate impacts, and reverberating economic shocks have shown just how deeply interconnected countries are, and how global crises hit the world’s most vulnerable communities the hardest.

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This is particularly true when it comes to the global hunger crisis, which has exploded in recent years. Globally, more than 828 million people go to bed hungry every night and the number of people facing acute food insecurity — meaning they get so little food they face severe health complications — has nearly tripled since 2019, soaring from 135 million people to 345 million people in 2022.

“In the face of global crises, global solutions are needed more than ever,” the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization said in a call to action. “By aiming for better production, better nutrition, a better environment, and a better life, we can transform agrifood systems and build forward better by implementing sustainable and holistic solutions that consider development in the long term, inclusive economic growth, and greater resilience.”

The emphasis on leaving “no one” behind serves as a reminder that year after year, billions of people are left behind by the global food system, which fails to prioritize the nutritional well-being of communities. Living up to this mandate means adequately investing in and supporting solutions that are available today.

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