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STORIES OF LIFE IN A CHANGING WORLD

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Salman Khan Rashid, 24, right, and his mother, Sana Rashid, at home. Salman lost his job as a golf coach at a Mumbai sports club during the pandemic. The household, which includes Salman's three sisters, is now surviving on savings. But when he's able, he'll give a little money or food to others facing food insecurity. Viraj Nayar for NPR hide caption

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Mohd Ali, right, of Selangor, Malaysia, lost his job due to the pandemic. The family's favorite foods — fried chicken, eggs, fruit and bread — are now typically out of reach. When they can afford chicken, they give most of it to their daughter, Hosna. Annice Lyn for NPR hide caption

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Mohd Ali, right, eats with his wife, Tawhirah, center, and their daughter Hosna, left. Tawhirah is in her first trimester of pregnancy. Annice Lyn for NPR hide caption

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Beninese chef and cookbook author Valerie Vinakpon, center, is coming up with novel ways to present her country's fare, hoping to get people excited about Beninese cooking. Above, she talks to High On The Hog co-hosts Jessica B. Harris, left, and Stephen Satterfield, right, at her restaurant Saveurs du Benin. Netflix hide caption

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A municipal worker in Karachi hands out bags of food — part of government efforts to help those who've lost their livelihood during Pakistan's lockdown to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Rizwan Tabassum/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Damiao Justino Macamo, right, helped produce this batch of gelato during his first day at Carpigiani Gelato University in Bologna, Italy, with the help of instructor Luca Cappelletti. Vicky Hallett for NPR hide caption

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Employees peek through the door of a showroom at a food factory in Pyongyang, North Korea. Dita Alangkara/AP hide caption

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Why South Korea Is Sending $8 Million In Food Aid To North Korea

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Two Syrian refugees, Narwal Alakayleh (left) and Lina AlAlssantin (right), prepare for a pop-up dinner of Levantine food at Newcomer Kitchen. Jessica Wright hide caption

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A World Food Programme convoy carries humanitarian aid to Aleppo, Syria. Getting food into conflict zones is a major hurdle — and a topic of discussion at the WFP's Innovation Accelerator. Cem Genco/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Pigs in a pen in a village in Linquan County, China. Barcroft Media via Getty Images hide caption

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A Deadly Virus Threatens Millions Of Pigs In China

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