Public food transfer programs serve as an important safety net for those facing hunger and food insecurity in both low- and high-income countries around the world. During...
The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized a multitude of development challenges and opportunities, some of which are new and some ongoing. The disruptions caused by the pandemic have highlighted the interconnections among almost all aspects of society, including the important linkages between food systems and other sectors that are sometimes separately governed and managed. Achieving the desired food system outcomes of health, sustainability, inclusion, resilience, and efficiency (IFPRI 2021) will require alignment and coordination with other sectors such as health, industry, and social development.
|Year of publication|
30 Mar 2022
|Related organisation(s)||IFPRI - International Food Policy Research Institute|
|Knowledge service | Metadata||Global Food and Nutrition Security |COVID-19 and Food and Nutrition SecuritySustainable Food Systems |Food crisisFood system|
|Digital Europa Thesaurus (DET)||COVID-19food securitypovertypublic healthvalue chainagricultural productionpolicymakingsocial protectionnutrition|
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