According to the World Food Program, as many as 828 million people were affected by hunger in 2021 - a 22% increase from 2019 driven largely by the COVID-19 pandemic.


In most countries, malnutrition is highest among the poorest 20% of residents.


In 2020 (the most recent data in 2022), the World Health Organization estimates that 149.2 million children under 5 — about 22% of the population — were stunted.


The WHO also estimates that, in the same year 45 million children suffered from wasting


Approximately 45% of child deaths are linked to undernutrition. The majority of these deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.


The WFP estimates that, in 2020, 3.1 billion people could not afford a healthy diet. This represents a 112 million-person increase from 2019.


The WFP projects that, by 2030, nearly 670 million people (8% of the global population) will still be hungry, despite the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger by that year.

REFUGEES, MIGRANTS and ASYLUM SEEKERS CRISIS

 

 

Over 110 million people worldwide have been forcibly displaced by persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations.

 

62.5 million are internally displaced people (Source: IDMC)


More than 5.4 Million people are asylum seeker, 35.3 Million are refugees and migrants, 5.2 Million are other people in need of international protection, while 62.5 Million are internally displaced people (Source: IDMC)

 

52% originate from just three countries.

 

Over half of all refugees under UNHCR’s mandate and other people in need of international protection come from just three countries.

 

Syrian Arab Republic 6.8 million

Ukraine 5.7 million

Afghanistan 5.7 million

 

38% hosted in five countries

 

Turkiye hosts the largest number of refugees, with 3.6 million people, followed by the Islamic Republic of Iran with 3.4 million people. Colombia is third with 2.5 million, including other people in need of international protection.

 

Turkiye 3.6 million

Islamic Republic of Iran 3.4 million

Colombia 2.5 million

Germany 2.1 million

Pakistan 1.7 million

 

 

THE EUROPEAN REFUGEES/MIGRANTS CRISIS

 

Migrants arriving in the Mediterranean region of Europe nearly doubled in early 2023.

 

More than 36,000 people arrived between January and March this year compared to just over 18,000 in the same period in 2022.

 

This is the highest number of arrivals for those months in more than five years

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WORLD POVERTY IS A DISASTER
There are more than 828 million hungry people in the world.

828

are women and girls.

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Every 10 seconds, a child dies from hunger-related causes.

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More than 112 million malnourished children live in areas exposed to conflict

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Up to one-third of the food produced around the world is never consumed
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Refugee Children were resettled in Europe
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Stateless People
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At the end of 2022, of the 108.4 million forcibly displaced people, an estimated 43.3 million (40 per cent) are children below 18 years of age.

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Between 2018 and 2022, an average of 385,000 children were born as refugees per year.
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Internal displacements
by conflict and violence

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