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The coronavirus pandemic unleashed cascades of suffering in 2020. People around the globe faced the threat of the virus, along with the devastating ripple effects of efforts to control its spread.

For much of the world, the legacy of the pandemic will be impossible to untangle from the stark material inequities that worsened it — and that it exacerbated. Among the most dangerous of these: a mounting hunger crisis, set to grow even more dire in 2021.

The World Food Program, the branch of the United Nations responsible for delivering lifesaving food assistance, expects to need to serve 138 million people this year — more than ever in its 60-year history.


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