CNN | India offered to help fix the global food crisis. Here’s why it backtracked

A month ago, as Russia's war in Ukraine pushed the world to the brink of a food crisis, India's prime minister Narendra Modi offered to help countries facing shortages

Euractiv | Nearly 25 million tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine, says UN food agency

Ukrainian farmers started working in their fields amid the ongoing Russian invasion of the country. The European Council accepted a decision to instruct the European Commission to support Ukraine's agriculture and food security following a meeting held on 24-25 March 2022 in Brussels.

ReliefWeb | The consequences of the war in Ukraine will be far-reaching

The Horn of Africa is experiencing one of its most severe droughts in recent history, with more than 15 million people acutely food insecure in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia.

Bloomberg Quint | Shortage of Ukraine Wheat Set to Push Somalia Inflation Past 10%

Somalia’s inflation is expected to surge past 10% unless the country gets good rains over the next two months to help ease pressure on food prices after losing wheat supplies from Ukraine, according to a top official at its central bank.

Arabian Business | Brazil boosts food supplies to Arab nations hit by the impact of the Russia-Ukraine crisis

Brazil’s wheat exports to the Arab nations reached $285.86 million in Q1 2022, marking a 438 percent increase compared to the same period last year

Farmers Union Donates $125,000 to Help Humanitarian and Agricultural Crisis in Ukraine

National Farmers Union and Farmers Union Enterprises, owned by the state Farmers Union organisations in Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana, are donating $125,000 to help with the humanitarian and agricultural crisis in Ukraine.

Impacts and Consequences of the War in Ukraine on the Global Farming Community

NOW online, the WFO Technical Assessment showing the impacts and consequences of the war in Ukraine on the global farming community.

UNITED NATIONS | Secretary-General’s opening remarks to the press on the war in Ukraine

Raising the alert of Russian nuclear forces is a bone-chilling development. The prospect of nuclear conflict, once unthinkable, is now back within the realm of possibility. The security and safety of nuclear facilities must also be preserved. It’s time to stop the horror unleashed on the people of Ukraine and get on the path of diplomacy and peace.

The Currency | The situation in African countries where they feel they can’t rely on the West means they’re hedging their bets

The food insecurity triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine will cause deep problems in Africa, where nearly half of the continent depends on Russia and Ukraine for food staples. Africa is already a new front in a new Cold War.

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