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News / 2022年5月6日

The number of people suffering from extreme hunger reached an all-time high in 2021 and is on track to increase further this year—unless wealthy countries ramp up efforts to "tackle the root causes of food crises rather than just responding after they occur."

Blog / 2022年5月6日

As the West is busy dealing with its own economic woes while cutting off Russian exports, little heed is being paid to those suffering the most, writes Ramzy Baroud.

News / 2022年3月18日

支援金がウクライナに投入されると同時に、高まるニーズにもかかわらず、国連機関はイエメン、アフガニスタン、南スーダン、エチオピアへの支援を削減することを余儀なくされています。

News / 2022年3月18日

Agencies forced to cut back aid in Yemen, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Ethiopia despite growing need as funds go to Ukraine.

News / 2022年2月25日

The head of the U.N. food agency has warned that 13 million Yemenis are headed for starvation due to a protracted civil conflict and a lack of funding for humanitarian aid.

Blog / 2022年1月19日

Just a fraction of the giant amount spent on the world's military - 2,000,000,000,000 US dollars - could meet the UN's major funding appeals for ending starvation and tackling the coronvirus pandemic, writes Baher Kamal for IPS news.

News / 2021年12月16日

Over 50 Nobel laureates across the globe have come together and signed an open letter for all the countries to cut their military spending by 2 percent a year for the next five years.

News / 2021年12月14日

A total of 274 million people worldwide will need emergency aid and protection in 2022, a 17 per cent increase compared with this year, the UN has reported. 

News / 2021年10月16日

A “toxic cocktail” comprising the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis, and “increasingly severe and protracted” violent conflicts is contributing to the reversal of progress in eliminating hunger, according to the 2021 Global Hunger Index.

Report / 2021年7月13日

毎分11人が飢餓で死亡している可能性があり、現在COVID-19の死亡者数を上回っている、とオックスファムは警告しています。