Building resilience to conflict through food security policies and programs: An overview

Building resilience to conflict through food security policies and programs: An overview

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One and a half billion people still live in fragile, conflict affected areas. People in these countries are about twice as likely to be malnourished and to die during infancy as people in other developing countries.2 This outcome is often a direct consequence of conflict: conflict reduces food availability by destroying agricultural assets and infrastructure.... is senior research analyst in the Development Strategy and Governance Division of the International Food Policy ... can be promoted by government policies or donor interventions that support education and skills training; access to credit;anbsp;...


Title:Building resilience to conflict through food security policies and programs: An overview
Author: Clemens Breisinger, Olivier Ecker, Jean-Francois Maystadt, Jean-Francois Trinh Tan, Perrihan Al-Riffai, Khalida Bouzar, Abdelkarim Sma, Mohamed Abdelgadir
Publisher:Intl Food Policy Res Inst -
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