The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting not only food trade, food supply chains and markets but also people’s lives, livelihoods and nutrition.
The FAO has published a collection of policy briefs, which present a qualitative and quantitative assessment of the pandemic’s impacts on these areas:
- How is COVID-19 affecting the fisheries and aquaculture food systems
- COVID-19 and smallholder producers’ access to markets
- Food Safety in the time of COVID-19
- Urban food systems and COVID-19
- The coronavirus and the potential blackout of national statistics: Reorganizing national statistical systems in the context of COVID-19
- Legal considerations in the context of responses to COVID-19 to mitigate the risk of food insecurity
- National agricultural census operations and COVID-19s
- Social Protection and COVID-19 response in rural areas
- Migrant workers and the COVID-19 pandemic
- Impact of COVID-19 on informal workers
- Responding to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on food value chains through efficient logistics
- Anticipating the impacts of COVID-19 in humanitarian and food crisis contexts
- Ample supplies to help shield food markets from the COVID-19 crisis
- Agri-food markets and trade policy in the time of COVID-19
- Maintaining a healthy diet during the COVID-19 pandemic
- COVID-19 and the risk to food supply chains: How to respond?
Briefs are released on a day-to-day basis. Please check back frequently for the latest available FAO briefs.