Access to food during the COVID-19 crisis: policy options and case studies accross the world by Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
As countries across the world respond to the health crisis, food insecurity can arise caused by disruptions in global and local logistics, by shortages of farm workers, by the reduction in food purchasing power, or by the response of some countries hoarding food. This is especially worrying for countries with existing food security challenges.
“We risk a looming food crisis unless measures are taken fast” – FAO
Please find attached the case study for further reading.