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Numerous people around the world are dying from starvation. And one of the main reasons for it is conflict. On May 24, 2018, the UN’s security council with one accord said that food insecurity and starvation are a strategy of war. The council for the first time addressed the issue acknowledging a threat to the lives of millions of people. It targeted the countries that are currently tied up in civil war. And stated that – using food insecurity as a weapon in war should be considered a war crime. Sustainable development Goal-2 (Zero Hunger) is trying to end the world’s hunger and this extreme food insecurity. The number of hungry and malnourished people is increasing rapidly day by day. Specialists believe that this is happening only because of conflicts and wars. Wars are essentially harmful and brutal. It takes people’s lives through both fighting and hunger. A country’s food supply, farms, livestock, and other civilian frameworks may be destroyed by another warring party. Wars cause food shortages and severe disarrangement of economic pursuits frightening the means of survival of whole populations. Moreover, wars trigger rearrangements of people, causing them to be cut off from their food supplies and sources of income. Many conflicted areas are seriously in need of humanitarian aid, but one or both warring parties may block the relief operations to reach the starving population. They sometimes even attack humanitarian institutions. This has to be stopped. Because, if we don’t end the conflict, we can never stop hunger.


Written By : Mushfirat Tasnim Rahman