Operation Hunger addresses nutritional challenges amid climate, Covid-19, economic factors

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The agricultural price index is near its highest level since 2013, and as of July 16 2021 it was approximately 30% higher than in January 2020. Maize, wheat and rice prices were respectively about 43%, 12% and 10% above their January 2020 levels. Photo: Getty Images
The agricultural price index is near its highest level since 2013, and as of July 16 2021 it was approximately 30% higher than in January 2020. Maize, wheat and rice prices were respectively about 43%, 12% and 10% above their January 2020 levels. Photo: Getty Images

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These environmental impacts include access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity.

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