Starvation looms from Afghanistan to Haiti as coronavirus restrictions wipe out incomes and cut food supplies
In April, Ian Bradbury, CEO of the Canada-based humanitarian organization 1st NAEF, told Fox News.
“We can confidently state that levels have risen. Quarantine regulations, shipping challenges, and overall supply chain issues are compounding and adding to previously existing starvation conditions,”
“We can expect more global deaths due to secondary impacts of COVID-19 than the virus itself — the World Food Program currently estimates that 265 million will be on the brink of starvation by the end of the year.”