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According to the latest State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World Report, published by the United Nations, over 122 million more people are facing hunger in the world since 2019. The increase in food insecurity stems from the pandemic and repeated weather shocks, and ongoing conflicts, including the war in Ukraine. Due to these circumstances and ongoing worldwide issues, the Sustainable Development Goal of ending hunger by 2030 may not be reached. The report reveals that between 691 and 783 million people faced hunger in 2022, and the food crisis is only deepening in places such as Western Asia, the Caribbean and throughout all subregions of Africa. New evidence suggests that urbanization is driving changes in the agrifood systems, and governments working to tackle food insecurity need to seek to understand these trends and address them in policy decisions.
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