The $6.6 billion donation is meant to help 42 million people worldwide who are currently experiencing a food emergency or a food catastrophe. The nation most affected by food insecurity is Yemen, followed by South Sudan and Ethiopia.

Out of the 42 million people that would benefit, almost 12 million are located in East Africa, followed by around 9.5 million in Southern Africa and around 6 million each in the Middle East/Northern Africa as well as in South-East and Central Asia.


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