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Research outputs: FOOD SECURITY
Major global outbreaks, including Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), had a heavy impact o...
2020 Socio-demographic characteristics of social grants beneficiary households: its effect on food insecurity in the Mhlathuze local municipality, KwaZulu-Natal
The South African government's focus has been on the accumulating state of household food insecurity that devastates the most disadvantaged ...
2020 COVID-19, food security and nutrition: implications for vulnerable urban households in South Africa
For the period June 2019 to March 2020, there were 13 670 000 people in South Africa who were regarded as being food insecure (World Food Pr...Download this report
2019 Garden ownership as a solution to food insecurity in urban areas of South Africa: case of food gardens in Alice town, Eastern Cape province
Programs like Siyazondla Homestead Gardens, Siyakhula and Massive Food Production Program were introduced by the provincial government of th...Download this report