The Russia-Ukraine conflict is likely to compound Sudan’s existing food security problems
- Impact Area
BY CLEMENS BREISINGER, OLIVER KIRUI, PAUL DOROSH, JOSEPH GLAUBER AND DAVID LABORDE
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted agricultural production and trade from one of the world’s major food exporting regions. The war threatens to drive rising food prices still higher and create scarcity, especially for regions most dependent on wheat and other exports from Russia and Ukraine—particularly the Middle East and North Africa.
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