Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 111, May 2022
Feed the Future Newsletter, May 2022
Families are facing unprecedented challenges in where to get their next meal. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is exacerbating the global food crisis brought on by the lasting impacts of the pandemic, climate shocks and protracted conflict, all of which will be felt by families in the years to come. That’s why Feed the Future invests in resilience to help communities stand up to recurrent shocks, while also addressing the underlying drivers of hunger, poverty and malnutrition.