Every day, 25,000 individuals, including 10,000 children die from a lack of food. Today, Food scarcity has gotten worse and has reached proportions we have never seen before.
A global food crisis that has hundreds of millions of people malnourished is made worse by inflation, rising food, living expenses, and unemployment. Nowadays, malnutrition is common in areas where food is most expensive, resulting in underweight individuals, vitamin shortages, and stunted growth in children.
Millions are starving due to famine in regions like Yemen, Afghanistan, and Somalia where protracted droughts have severely hindered crop development and food supply. Additionally, a lack of food not only has an impact on health but also drives people from their homes and raises the possibility of armed conflict, which can have catastrophic effects everywhere in the world.