Policy Brief: Sustainable Prevention of Food Crises in Sub-Saharan Africa

Food crises and distress migration will continue to plague the African continent in the decades ahead, unless massive investments are made to make the region’s agriculture and food systems more resilient.

Policy Brief: Urgent Action Needed to Prevent Recurring Food Crisis

The economies of China and India are now overheated and experiencing high overall inflation caused by factors such as excess liquidity. Rising oil prices in recent months, the expansion of biofuel production, particularly maize ethanol, and other factors mentioned above suggest the significant risk of even higher global food prices.