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“Fuel costs have gone up, food prices have skyrocketed, fertilizer is more expensive, and all of this is fueling new crises like the one now unfolding in Afghanistan, as well as long-standing emergencies like Yemen and Syria,” he added.
“As the cost of humanitarian assistance rises exponentially, we need more funds to reach families around the world who have already exhausted their capacity to cope with extreme hunger,” Beasley added.
In other areas, families are forced to marry off their children early or pull them out of school, sell assets such as livestock or what little they have left. Meanwhile, media reports in Afghanistan suggest that families have been forced to sell their children in a desperate attempt to survive.
The increase from 42 to 45 million people is explained by recent food security assessment data showing that another 3 million people face IPC4 in Afghanistan, along with marginal increases in Ethiopia, Haiti, Somalia, Angola, Kenya and Burundi (from 60,000 to 240,000 people).
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It is estimated that economic contractions are contributing to prolong and aggravate food crises due to climatic disturbances and weaken food security and nutrition, especially where socioeconomic inequalities are greater. Economic shocks have also extended and worsened the effects of conflicts and social phenomena (1).
In Venezuela, the slowdown and contraction of the economy, as well as mismanagement, has caused massive impoverishment of the population, food insecurity of great proportions and situations of hunger that are driving the departure of Venezuelans to other countries, in multitudes, never seen before in Latin America. This massive exodus is causing serious economic and social problems in neighboring countries, which were not prepared to receive 4.5 million Venezuelan migrants (2).
In 2014, in the absence of official information, the National Survey of Living Conditions (ENCOVI) began, led by the Andrés Bello Catholic University, Simón Bolívar University, Central University of Venezuela and the Bengoa Foundation (6).
Food Handling with Beatriz Garay
With this Master in Food Technology and Safety you will have a deep and practical vision. You will be prepared to work in the world of the food industry, participating fully in it as a specialized professional.
Master in Quality and Safety Management in Agro-Food Industries and PhD in Chemistry, teacher and researcher in the food and pharmaceutical sectors. She has made presentations at national and international conferences and publications in scientific journals.
She is a specialist in Quality Systems Management and Statistical Process Control from the University of Venezuela, and has extensive professional experience in the areas of quality assurance, research and development of new products and manufacturing management in food manufacturing companies.
She holds a degree in Food Science and Technology and Human Nutrition and Dietetics and an international master’s degree in Food Safety Auditing. Beatriz has been a freelance food safety consultant for different companies and, nowadays, she combines her profession with teaching at the Isabel I University and collaborations as a communicator in several media.
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The protein in beef, poultry and fish is an important nutrient in your diet, but it can also be an ideal environment for some harmful bacteria. Here are some instructions for keeping these microorganisms away to keep your family safe.
Wash cutting boards, dishes, utensils (including knives) and work surfaces thoroughly with soap and hot water after they have been in contact with raw beef, poultry or fish.
Kitchen work surfaces that come in contact with raw beef, poultry, or fish can be disinfected using a kitchen disinfectant. One teaspoon of liquid chlorine bleach per quart of clean water may also be used to disinfect surfaces. Leave the bleach solution on the surface for about 10 minutes to take effect.
Improper handling of raw beef, poultry, or fish can result in cross-contamination, i.e., the transmission of bacteria present on food, hands, utensils, and food preparation surfaces to other foods. The following are instructions on how to avoid this: