Beirut – A record 9.3 million people are now food insecure in Syria as spiraling prices and the coronavirus pandemic compound the damage of a nine-year war, the World Food Programme said Thursday.
9 years of war, record high food prices & now #COVID19 have pushed families in #Syria beyond their limits.@WFP estimates that a record 9.3 million people are now food insecure. More funds are urgently needed to save lives – we cannot let Syrian families down now. pic.twitter.com/hKunU6CQHF
— WFP Syria (@WFP_Syria) May 14, 2020