This study looks at food prices in Mali and Sudan to see how they changed between 2019 and mid-2022, when the prices of global basic goods spiked, in part pushed higher by war in Ukraine.
This study looks at prices of basic goods – above all staple foods – in Mali and Sudan to see how those prices have changed between 2019 (pre-pandemic) and mid-2022, when prices of wheat, maize, oil and fertiliser spiked on world markets, in part pushed higher by war in Ukraine.
How did prices change? What drove price changes? What effects did higher prices have? What public responses were undertaken by governments and non-governmental organisations (NGOs)?
A related blog by Steve Wiggins, 'Shocking price increases in Mali and Sudan: what, why, and so what?', can be read here.
The report also discusses the implications of these findings for policymakers in Mali and Sudan.
Authors: Steve Wiggins, Mary Allen, Boukary Barry, Neema Patel, Elvira Mami, Hussein Sulieman
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