Oxfam Interactive Map Shows Global Food Price Crisis

Print Friendly and PDF Oxfam published an interactive map today showing how poor communities across the world are being hurt by high and volatile food prices. They call it the food price pressure points map.

Since late 2010 food prices have been approaching an all time high. sending tens of millions of people into poverty. The number of people without enough to eat is again rising and could soon again top one billion.

The map below shows the global pressure points, has a separate page with statistics, another with photos and finally a link to Oxfam's GROW campaign.

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Food price increased practically month to month when b4 it was yearly.It worsen during festivals.
Thank you for the info.

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