New Delhi: The world is no longer just suffering from coronary disease. The epidemic is expected to hit the world by 2021 next year. The World Food Organization predicts this. While the organization was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize this year, the assessment by the organization’s chief David Biswali has now become a matter of grave concern. He added that the World Food Program had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and a spotlight and a megaphone. “Through these two tools, the World Food Program will convey the message to the leaders of different countries and warn them,” he said. He also reminded the UN Security Council last April of its warnings. “The world is at the doorstep of the famine epidemic,” he said. “If immediate action is not taken, the world may face a severe famine or famine,” he said. This is because world leaders and governments have been able to avoid this by taking measures such as providing money, packages, etc., and moving debt repayments. “But now, Covid-16 is on the rise again,” Biswali said. The state of the world economy is deteriorating. “Especially in the lower and middle income countries, the situation is getting worse.” Once again the lockdown and shutdown have begun. The money that was available to the government in 2020 will not be available in 2021. With that in mind, he is in talks with leaders and parliamentarians from around the world. He is raising awareness about the crisis the world is going to face in the next year and a half. The World Food Organization needs $ 150 billion next year. Of this, $ 50 crore is needed to tackle the famine, while $ 100 crore is needed for child malnutrition, school lunches and more. If $ 150 billion is donated to the World Food Organization, along with other natural resources, hunger can be eradicated from the world and instability can be prevented. He said he hopes to extend a helping hand to those who have made millions during the Karona epidemic with the governments of various countries. In April this year, Biswali said 13.5 crore people were starving. At the same time, an analysis of the World Food Program found that more than 13 crore people would suffer from severe hunger by the end of this year due to COVID-16. Although the famine of 2020 has been avoided, 24 crore people are going to starve in the coming days. “If we don’t have enough money, 36 countries around the world will go hungry,” he said.