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War In Ukraine Continues To Increase Likelihood Of Global Food Crisis 

According to reporting from The New York Times, the war in Ukraine continues to threaten global food, agriculture, and other vital infrastructure. Farmers in Ukraine are reporting that granaries, farms, and other agriculture-related infrastructure are being destroyed by the Russians, all but halting Ukraine’s ability to export food staples. The World Food Programme chief warns that a global food crisis may turn out to be “beyond anything we’ve seen since World War II.” Nonprofits across the globe should prepare for higher food prices and the second-order effects of a global food crisis, a rare moment where global food markets are being impacted by supply and demand as opposed to external factors affecting access.

Read more ➝   Google Analytics Updates Require Immediate Attention From Nonprofits Running GA, Google Ads

Google Analytics’ Universal Analytics, the industry-standard web analytics reporting platform and tracking infrastructure is being phased out in favor of the new GA4. In an update, Google announced that starting July 1st, 2023, all Universal Google Analytics accounts will stop pulling in new data from websites. The phasing out of UA is years in the making, but the hard switch will require nonprofits to both export and download historic data as well as migrate over to the new code. Recipients of the Google Ad grant are at risk of losing access unless they migrate accordingly. Read more about the upcoming update here.

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[00:00:00] This week on a nonprofit news feed brought to you by Holwell a digital social impact agency. We’re talking about the continued issues coming from the war in Ukraine, specifically around global food and crisis that could be coming. And some Google analytics updates that that might be annoying to you.

[00:00:20] And in general, we’re going to be trying to as always bring it back to why this matters for you at your social impact organization. So Nick, how’s it going?

[00:00:29] It’s going?

[00:00:29] good, George, how are you?

[00:00:30] You know keeping up with the news, keeping up with the work it’s, it’s been busy here at whole. Well, you know, we just came back from our staff retreat, not too long ago. I, I feel like I’m caught up, but it’s tough when you take a little, a little break from the normal.

[00:00:46] It is tough agency. Life keeps us busy, but we’re back at it again today with the nonprofit newsfeed. And as you alluded to our first story continues to be about the second and third order effects of the war in Ukraine in particular, the increasing likelihood of a global food crisis. So again, from record reporting from the New York times, the word Ukraine continues.

[00:01:11] Threatened global food, agriculture and other vital infrastructure farmers are having their greeneries and farm equipment destroyed and lots of other. Facilities and infrastructure in Ukraine and Russia are now offline from the global food markets, the world food program, chief warns that a global food crisis may turn out to be beyond anything we’ve seen since world war two.

[00:01:37] Now the nonprofit take on this is that nonprofits are going to see higher food prices. They’re going to see higher gas prices from sanctions, as well as just strains on gas and oil production. And this is a rare moment where global food

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