Hunger is a growing scourge in the pandemic.

As the global economy absorbs the most punishing reversal of fortunes since the Great Depression, hunger is on the rise.

Those confronting potentially life-threatening levels of so-called food insecurity in the developing world are expected to nearly double this year to 265 million, according to the United Nations World Food Program.

Worldwide, the number of children younger than 5 caught in a state of so-called wasting — their weight so far below normal that they face an elevated risk of…

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