The G-7 leaders have promised Ukraine over $31.6 billion in budgetary and humanitarian support.
Yet despite the ever-growing global hunger crisis, intensified by fallout from the war, the G7 said it would provide only an additional $4.5 billion, amounting to a total of over $14bn for hunger relief.
"The $4.5 billion pledged is far too little to end the global food crisis and prevent people from continuing to go hungry," Charlotte Becker, advocacy and campaign director at Oxfam, said in a statement. "At least an additional $28 billion is needed to end hunger and fund the United Nations' appeals for help."
It failed to include any debt relief for affected low- and middle-income countries. For every dollar of aid money, two dollars would have to be paid to creditors.