The situation deteriorated sharply after the invasion of the Russian occupying forces.
Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the population began to save on everything, including food. Every fifth Ukrainian began to deny himself food.
According to the World Food Program estimates, 45% of the population of Ukraine cares about finding enough food.
In a country that previously grew food for 400 million people worldwide, one in five now report having to reduce the amount and number of meals they eat, the UN says.
They noted there. that many adults began to skip meals in order to feed the available food to children.
Trucks, trains and mini vans are today delivering food supplies to the most vulnerable people across the country and more convoys are expected in the coming days. pic.twitter.com/c8pKu6lt4H— WFP Media (@WFP_Media) March 30, 2022
At the same time, it should be noted that a sowing campaign began in Ukraine, and the government stated that food stocks had been formed in the country and there would be enough food for the inhabitants of the country for several years.
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