War and Pandemic: Impact on Global Food Security

Tiara Devi Maharani, Aris Sarjito, Christine Sri Marnani, Hikmat Zakky Almubaroq, Reinpal Falefi


The Covid-19 pandemic and ongoing war between Russia-Ukraine have impacted global food security and had significant impact on global food supply disruption. These challanges has had significant impact on six key areas including food production, processing and storage; food transport and logistics; food markets; consumers; food-dependent services; and food quality. Europe and Africa are the regions that have been most significantly affected. The objective of this research is to investigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine on the worldwide food security situation. The data underwent analysis and comprehensive examination from exsisting literature over the course of the year 2022. The study findings indicate that the Russia-Ukraine conflict during the COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on global food supply disruptions. The ongoing conflict poses a threat to the realization of SDGs related to poverty, hunger, and responsible consumption and production. Therefore, governments can take public policy and education actions to address these challenges as strategic measures.


COVID-19, Russia-Ukraine, War, Global, Food Security

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