The United Nations warns of a humanitarian catastrophe in 2021
The heads of the United Nations bodies have warned of the biggest humanitarian catastrophe next year, and there are 12 countries at risk of famine, and that disaster will be the largest in the history of the United Nations. According to World Food Program Director David Beasley.
He also added that the United Nations will not be able to fund all humanitarian operations, and it must set priorities, and the Director-General of the World Health Organization called for allocating $ 4.3 billion for the global program for the distribution of Corona vaccines, saying that it is not permissible to allow the marginalization of poor countries, stressing that these A global crisis and solutions must be shared fairly.
The largest grouping of countries in the world needs $ 35 billion to finance the provision of aid to those in need around the world.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres and other senior officials, called for anti-Coronavirus vaccines to be available to everyone, and for developed countries to help developing countries recover from the effects of the epidemic.
And this organization had indicated earlier, that the closure measures taken by countries to prevent the spread of the Corona virus and the economic repercussions of the epidemic led to an increase in the number of people in need of humanitarian aid by 40%.