The main expected effect of Russia’s war on Ukraine on global food security is its impact on grain and energy markets, as well as fertilizer supply. International food and fuel prices have increased sharply since the onset of the conflict, ultimately affecting local food prices and access to food. At the same time, grain and oil price hikes have increased the cost of humanitarian operations, reducing aid organizations’ ability to serve those in need when it is most required.
Join ResilienceLinks, USAID's Center for Resilience, and TANGO International for a panel discussion on the implications of these supply shortfalls on food security and resilience globally, and what can be done about it. This webinar will be recorded, and the recording will be distributed following the event.Register