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Monday, September 28, 2009

Food Crisis

Food CrisisWhile the rises in global food and fuel prices have moderated in recent months, domestic prices remain much higher than previous years and show few signs of abating. Higher prices have pushed many more people into poverty, but the increase in the number of poor is only part of the emerging costs of the crisis. The more profound consequence is the impact of rising prices on households who were already poor. For those already struggling to meet their daily food and nutrient needs, the double shock of food and fuel price rises represents a threat to basic survival.What the World Bank is Doing

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