Mideast: Growing Urbanisation Worsens Water Scarcity, Food Imports
Conflict and insecurity remain the key barriers to development progress in the Middle East and North Africa. In Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen, about half the population—around 40 million people—require humanitarian assistance. Across the region, countries depend heavily on food imports. As their populations urbanise and grow, the need for imports will increase.
Cairo, Cairo Governorate, Egypt
Issue: Food Security Typology: Research