CARE continues its work in Syria. Currently, the war in Ukraine is disrupting global food production and causing catastrophic famine worldwide.
The situation is fraying the world’s safety net as rising costs have forced the U.N. World Food Programme to cut rations in countries like Yemen – where a long-running conflict has left 80% of the population in need of humanitarian aid. In many places, refugees and displaced people – like those forced from their homes in Syria – are especially vulnerable. Overall, the broader effects of the war in Ukraine on food supplies and prices threaten the world’s most vulnerable people – especially women and girls – with hunger and deeper poverty. CARE has launched a two-year budget request: $250 million for afull-scale response covering 17 countries, which includes Syria.
Read our report attached, on the Global Hunger Crisis.
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