Rising Malnourishment: Global Food Prices Spike in Response to the Pandemic






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Michelle Davids, a policewoman in Cape Town, can no longer afford to feed her family vegetables.



Michelle Davids, a policewoman in Cape Town, can no longer afford to feed her family vegetables.


Foto: Brenton Geach / DER SPIEGEL





Women in Nigeria harvesting rice.



Women in Nigeria harvesting rice.


Foto: Thomas Imo / Photothek / Getty Images





A food market in Lagos, Nigeria: "We expect further food price increases in the coming months.”



A food market in Lagos, Nigeria: “We expect further food price increases in the coming months.”


Foto: Adekunle Ajayi / NurPhoto / Getty Images





A soup kitchen for the needy in Sao Paulo.



A soup kitchen for the needy in Sao Paulo.


Foto: Alexandre Schneider / Getty Images





Children standing in line in Michelle Davids' street to receive food handouts.



Children standing in line in Michelle Davids’ street to receive food handouts.


Foto: Brenton Geach / DER SPIEGEL

This piece is part of the Global Societies series. The project runs for three years and is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.





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