The Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC) 2023 Mid-Year Update is the result of a collaborative effort among 16 partners to achieve a consensus-based assessment of acute food insecurity. The report includes the latest findings (as of August 2023) of global and regional acute food insecurity in 2023.
Download the full report for an in-depth analysis of food crises at the global and regional levels.
Download the In Brief - available in English, French, and Spanish - to learn more about the critical information and key messages of the report.
Explore the regional overviews for an in-depth analysis of food crises at a regional level.
Discover more about our spotlights, which provide an in-depth analysis of current global challenges.
Explore the connections and implications of El Niño and find out more about the intricate interplay between this climatic phenomenon and food crises.
Explore the intricate dynamics of global food prices and the resulting economic challenges they pose at the macro and household levels.
Find out more about the complexities of the Sudanese conflict and its far-reaching impact on food insecurity, both within the country and throughout the wider region.
Explore the report's global maps to get an insightful understanding of food crises across the world.
Learn more about the highest numbers of acutely food-insecure people in 2021, 2022 and projected highest numbers for 2023.
The MYU findings fed the discussion that took place at Palais des Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland on 22 September 2023.
Drawing on new data and analysis emerging from the report, the speakers highlighted global, regional and local trends relating to the main drivers of food crises, looked at emerging issues and risks, and fostered a strategic dialogue on the collective priorities required to effectively address and prevent these crises.
The GRFC 2023 MYU trends and projections of food crises fed the IFPRI-AMIS seminar on early warning, early action systems (EWEAs) and their role in providing guidance to policymakers and decision-makers.
The Global Report on Food Crises 2023, produced by the Food Security Information Network (FSIN) in support to the Global Network against Food Crises (GNAFC), is the result of a collaborative effort among 16 partners to achieve a joint consensus-based assessment of acute food insecurity in GRFC countries.
Launched in 2016 by the European Union, FAO and WFP, the GNAFC seeks to better link, integrate, and guide existing initiatives, partnerships, programmes and policy processes to sustainable address the root causes of crises. The alliance now includes the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the World Bank.