Norvergence: COVID-19 and World Hunger

Norvergence: COVID-19 and World Hunger

Norvergence: Coronavirus is extending the hunger crisis on the planet’s appetite hotspots and making new focal points of craving over the globe. Before the year’s over 12,000 individuals for each day could bite the dust from hunger connected to COVID-19, possibly more than will pass on from the disease itself.

Norvergence:  The pandemic is the final straw that will be tolerated for a large number of individuals previously battling with the effects of contention, environmental change, disparity and a wrecked food framework that has impoverished millions of food makers and laborers.

WORLD HUNGER AND COVID-19, TWO GLOBAL DILEMMAS

Norvergence:  Then, those at the top are proceeding to make a benefit: eight of the greatest food and drink organizations paid out over $18 billion to investors since January even as the pandemic was spreading over the globe – multiple times more than has been requested in the UN COVID-19 appeal to stop individuals going hungry.