Food Security: what have we learned from the Southern Africa crisis?

Elizabeth Cromwell
Elizabeth Cromwell
7 July 2004
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The Southern Africa humanitarian crisis that came to international attention in 2002 stemmed from an expansion of existing chronic food insecurity rather than a sudden disaster. In this, it offers useful lessons for how to manage such crises, which are increasingly part of the scene in other regions such as the Horn of Africa.'

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