COVID-19: Is food security and nutrition a priority?

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are being seen across almost all sectors and with various lockdowns, the agriculture supply, and value chains haven’t been spared either. WWFP estimates more than 20 million people are food insecure in the region and might need some form of help but how big of an issue could they be facing in the future? Nathanial Peterson, VP Partnerships, Busara Center for Behavioral Economics joins CNBC Africa for more.

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