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Reading: “Five emerging food security crises that may predict future humanitarian operations”

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMehmet Burk of Melting Glacier Analytics recently published a compelling article on Devex looking at five “emerging food security crises” that are currently flying slightly under the radar of international attention, but could drive major humanitarian operations in the near future. These include food security crises in Madagascar, the Marshall Islands, Haiti, Darfur and West Africa. Burk details, among other factors, the multiplier effects of climate change in the Marshall Islands and West Africa.

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