Hunger and conflict
Conflict is threatening innocent lives in more ways than one. While millions of people who’ve been displaced by conflict experience extreme food shortages, hunger is also being used as a deliberate tactic in conflict zones.
Read our 2020 annual report
Nothing Kills Like Hunger
In 2021, there should be no place in the world for famine and hunger. Yet, right now over 41 million people are at risk of dying from starvation.
In conflict zones around the world, people's livelihoods and their access to food are being disrupted. Meanwhile, hunger is being actively weaponised by warring parties, leaving communities with less and less to eat every day.
Nothing Kills Like Hunger, but it doesn't have to be this way.
Sign the open letter to members of the UN Security Council, calling on global leaders to disarm conflict-driven hunger by:
Dear Global Leaders,
In 2021, there should be no place in the world for famine or hunger. Shockingly, this year, for the first time in decades, conflict is driving multiple countries to the brink of famine.