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Poverty, food security, and sustainability

Bhaskar Majumder

Poverty, food security, and sustainability

public distribution system in India

by Bhaskar Majumder

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Published by Rawat Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Allahabad (District),
  • Allahabad.
    • Subjects:
    • Food supply -- India -- Allahabad (District),
    • Food supply -- India -- Allahabad (District) -- Statistics.,
    • Poverty -- India -- Allahabad (District),
    • Poverty -- India -- Allahabad (District) -- Statistics.,
    • Sustainable development -- India -- Allahabad.

    • About the Edition

      Study conducted at Allahabad District, India.

      Edition Notes

      StatementBhaskar Majumder.
      GenreStatistics.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9016.I43 A556 2004
      The Physical Object
      Pagination216 p. ;
      Number of Pages216
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3338683M
      LC Control Number2004329718

        Food Security and Sustainability therefore sheds new light on the nexus of food security and globalization, as well as its implications for investment and financing in the agro-food sector. The volume draws on papers presented at the inaugural Workshop of the Mediterranean Center for Food Security and Sustainable Growth (MED-SEC), an international network of academics focusing on issues of development, sustainability and food : Springer International Publishing.   1. Introduction. Over the past 40 years, per capita world food production has grown by 25%, with average cereal yields rising from to t ha −1 in developing countries (to t ha −1 on rainfed lands and to t ha −1 on irrigated lands), and annual cereal production up from to million tonnes ().These global increases have helped to raise .

      Before the global financial crisis became acutely visible in late , the crisis in food and agriculture had already taken hold. Accelerating food prices, combined with increasing numbers of low-income families dropping below the poverty line in the developing world, led to civil unrest on a large scale as people demanded access to affordable food – an idea long championed . and women, play an important role in food security and nutrition, poverty eradication, equitable development and sustainable resource1 utilization. Small-scale fisheries provide nutritious food for local, national and international markets and generate income to support local and national economies. Small-scale fisheries contribute about half of.

      “Food security strategy should be based on the premise that food insecurity derives from failure of access to food rather than international or national food shortage” (Thompson, ). Poverty is perhaps the biggest driver of food insecurity. “Food security becomes an aspect of poverty, or failure of entitlements. Reducing poverty is a key element in a policy for food security, because poor people spend such a large share of their incomes on food, leaving them vulnerable to high food prices, and many poor people obtain much of their income from farming, leaving them vulnerable to declines in agricultural output.


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