POSTED May 12, 2020
United Nations flags hunger risk during lockdowns
Learn how vulnerable people around the world are being affected by the outbreak
- in Quito, Ecuador, municipal buses have become mobile food hubs, as the city has partnered with food banks to ensure food is available where it’s needed most
- in Montevideo, Uruguay, home deliveries from local producers cater to the population’s most vulnerable
- in Lima, Peru a mobile wholesale market is distributing food to urban districts
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