Chittur S Srinivasan

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OBJECTIVE To systematically review the available evidence on whether national or international agricultural policies that directly affect the price of food influence the prevalence rates of undernutrition or nutrition-related chronic disease in children and adults. DESIGN Systematic review. SETTING Global. SEARCH STRATEGY We systematically searched(More)
BACKGROUND The persistence of rural-urban disparities in child nutrition outcomes in developing countries alongside rapid urbanisation and increasing incidence of child malnutrition in urban areas raises an important health policy question - whether fundamentally different nutrition policies and interventions are required in rural and urban areas.(More)
  • Alan P Larson, Un, Pinstrup-Andersen, Pandya-Lorch, Rosegrant, Joel I Cohen +44 others
  • 2001
1 Food security exists in a country when all people at all times have the food they need for an active and healthy life. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, FAO: What It Is — What It Does (2002), www.fao.org/UNFAO/e/ wmain-e.htm. Poverty and food insecurity are inextricably linked. Poverty is a prime cause of many people's food(More)
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