COVID-19: The impacts on food security in the Pacific
The pandemic's impact across the Pacific has been immense. For many countries in the region, imported foods constitute half of a person's food intake. If the pandemic continues, and the global and local supply chain is affected, it will disrupt the region's food systems, explains Eriko Hibi, FAO Sub-Regional Coordinator for the Pacific and Representative to thirteen Pacific States.

Interview: Charlotta Lomas, FAO.
7min. 14sec.
Topic(s): Climate change, Fisheries & aquaculture, Food Security
Produced by: Charlotta Lomas
Reference: 12630