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Papers/Reports | February 15, 2024

CRS Global Food Crisis Response Strategy

Millions of people around the world are experiencing life-threatening levels of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition in a global crisis that has reached unprecedented levels. At the root of this crisis are converging factors that have exacerbated the fragilities of global and local food systems. In this agency response strategy, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) lays out how we, alongside our partners and other institutions, aim to meet immediate, life-saving food security and nutrition needs, while also putting in place the building blocks for systems change that can address the root causes of both acute and chronic food insecurity. We seek to implement holistic programming that draws from food systems thinking and integrates humanitarian development-peacebuilding responses, and call for collective approaches for all stakeholders to respond to the crisis holistically.