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Research outputs: FOOD SECURITY
Although the term itself was only developed in the 1970s, food security has played a central role in policies that have shaped the history ...
2014 Food insecure household coping strategies: the case of a low income neighborhood in South Africa
Food security can be defined as a state in which all people in a household have at all times have both physical and economic access to suffi...Download this report
Despite the significant improvements in food security recorded since 2008, food security and hunger remains a serious issue in the country. ...