Anticipating the impacts of COVID-19 in humanitarian and food crisis contexts

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  • Published 2020
  • Medicine, Political Science
BACKGROUND Although the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on shortand long-term food security is difficult to predict, particularly at this early juncture, some risk factors can be identified. Lessons from previous pandemics or global crises indicate that food security could be rapidly and dramatically affected, particularly in fragile countries and, within them, the most vulnerable populations have a lot to lose. While the COVID-19 pandemic is devastating lives, public health systems… 

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