It’s uncommon for North Korea to hold two different party plenaries in a span of two months.
Millets were among the first crops to be domesticated in India with several evidence of its consumption during the Indus valley civilization.
The WFP chief said he also met with a group of billionaires on Wednesday night. He said he told them they had “a moral obligation” and “need to care.”
Pakistan heavily relies on its agriculture and occasionally exports its surplus wheat to Afghanistan and other countries.
Sri Lanka is planning to cut the budget deficit to 6.8 per cent of gross domestic product in 2023 from an expected 9.9 per cent in 2022," said Bandula Gunawardena, the Cabinet spokesman.
Sri Lankan economic crisis: Over six million face food insecurity due to record inflation, reports UN body
The economic crisis will push families into hunger and poverty - some for the first time - adding to the half a million people who the World Bank estimates have fallen below the poverty line.
“There is a real risk that multiple famines will be declared in 2022,” Guetteres said in a video message to officials from dozens of rich and developing countries gathered in Berlin.
The army established its Green Agriculture Steering Committee on June 16 to supplement and promote the food security programme in Sri Lanka.
The island nation's unprecedented economic downturn has left several staple foods in short supply, along with petrol and medicines, and rampant inflation is ravaging household budgets.
As per a local survey, the rate of poverty in the country has exceeded 95 per cent since the fall of the former government while 56 per cent are seeking to leave the country amid a drop in daily incom
Equities have shed nearly 40 percent of their value since January, with the local currency falling by a similar amount against the greenback in the past month.
Already teetering on the edge of famine, war-ravaged Yemen fears a shortage of the staple food ingredient because of a different war -- in Ukraine.
Fighting and sanctions have disrupted grain shipments from Russia and Ukraine, which between them account for nearly 30 per cent of global wheat exports.
In survival theory, there is a rule of threes.