food scarcity

Droughts and other weather-related disasters will presumably lead to a rise in the number of 'environmental migrants'
From file: A group of children at the Huth IDP camp in Yemen | Photo: Mohammed Al-Mekhlaf/Oxfam
The EU wants to avoid scenes like these from repeating: Refugees line up to receive food in Greece at the height of the so-called refugee crisis in 2016 | Photo: EPA/Pantelis Saitas
Children play at a camp for internally displaced persons in Belet Weyne, Somalia | Photo: EPA/Daniel Irungu
Refugees and migrants wait to enter into the Kara Tepe camp on Lesbos island, Greece, on September 18, 2020 | Photo: EPA/Vangelis Papantonis
Yemenis wait to get emergency food aid provided by Mona relief agency amid acute food insecurity in Sana'a, Yemen, 12 July 2021 | Photo: EPA / YAHYA ARHAB
Thousands of Eritrean refugees face hunger as supply trucks are unable to enter Tigray | Photo: Eduardo Soteras/AFP/Getty Images (via DW)
Refugees from South Sudan | Photo: Getty Images/D.Kitwood
Ethiopian refugee boy in a makeshift shelter next to a highway in Nairobi, Kenya | PHOTO: EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU
Malian repatriated refugees drink water from a plastic container in the Timbuktu Region of Mali | PHOTO: EPA/NICOLAS REMENE
Many migrants are stuck in Albania after the borders closed due to measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Now an investigation alleges they are reduced to begging to get by | Photo: picture -alliance / dpa/ K. Nietfeld
Handout picture, released by Region Friuli Press Office, shows an ambulance arriving at a hospital in Trieste, northeast Italy on March 23, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/Giovanni Montenero/Regione Cronache Agency/Region Friuli Press Office