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This Las Palmas base has become an important element in the response to a number of different food crises in West Africa, such as in the case of the Ebola virus epidemic in 2015 when the Spanish base was crucial for the transport of food to the area.
Therefore Chinese cultivation pattern is the best model to be implemented, on the land of Pakistan in order to cope with the upcoming expected food crises, Afridi asserted.
Herrmann and Peters insist that food crises happen in both low-income countries that are net importers and low-income countries that are net exporters of food.
Oxfam aid agency said on Tuesday that its aid operations were stretched to the limit as it tried to deal with "one of the worst food crises to hit the region in living memory.
The current emergency has again raised the issue of sustainable solutions to the region's repeated bouts with food crises.
Basic, simple acts such as eating less meat and dairy, reducing waste and educating our children about the value of food are things that everyone can and should do--whether they live in a rural area or a high-rise city apartment--but, they will help to solve our future food crises only if we all take action.
This menacing combination of both short- and long-term challenges requires that we act now to bolster out collective food security--or risk new and potentially even more dramatic food crises in the future.
By this I mean, having heard about financial and food crises, we must care about our agricultural sector and work hard in order to produce our own food.