Household food security status in South Africa
Tim G.B. Hart and
Peter T. Jacobs
Agrekon, 2009, vol. 48, issue 4, 17
The Human Sciences Research Council has established a policy research initiative to monitor household food security and to identify and evaluate policy options. In this special edition, a selection of articles from this project is assembled. While deep chronic hunger has fallen with the expansion of the social grants, under-nutrition is a very serious and widespread challenge. This special edition draws together the best available evidence on household food security with the aim of stimulating wider debate.
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