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Achieving Urban Food and Nutrition Security in the Developing World

Author: James L. Garrett, Martin Brockerhoff, Cecilia Tacoli, Arjan de Haan, Olivio Argenti, Luc J. A. Mougeot, Barry M. Popkin, Patrice L. Engle, Carolyn Ste
Organisation: IFPRI
Publish Date: August 2000
Country: Global
Sector: Agriculture
Method: Forecasting
Theme: Poverty
Type: Other publication
Language: English
Tags: Urban Poor, Food, Nutrition Security, Urban Agriculture

The trend is inescapable: more and more people in the developing world are living in the cities. Growth in urban poverty, food insecurity, and malnutrition and a shift in their concentration from rural to urban areas will acompany urbanization. Some argue that concern about urban poverty is misplaced that rural areas continue to hold most of the poor, food insecure, and malnourished and that they will for many years to come. Many analysts and governments seem complacent because their countries are not industrialized or highly urban. As we look to 2020, is such complacency justified? Clearly not.
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