Food crisis caused by conflicts, climate, and ‘the maldistribution of resources,’ IRC CEO says

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Food crisis caused by conflicts, climate, and ‘the maldistribution of resources,’ irc ceo says

Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “Food crisis caused by conflicts, climate, and ‘the maldistribution of resources,’ IRC CEO says” – below is their description.

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This segment originally aired on September 28, 2022.

International Rescue Committee CEO David Miliband joins Yahoo Finance Live anchor Akiko Fujita to discuss the Biden Administration’s mission to help end food insecurity in the U.S., the global food crisis, funding, resources, and the outlook for Ukraine.

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