Food Security Strategies for Papua New Guinea

@inproceedings{Igua2001FoodSS,
  title={Food Security Strategies for Papua New Guinea},
  author={Passinghan Igua},
  year={2001}
}
  • Passinghan Igua
  • Published 2001
  • Economics
  • This paper analyzes food availability and its related risks, distribution institutions, uses, commodity balance, food aid and related government policies at the national level. It also looks at household food availability, access, consumption patterns, nutritional quality and sufficiency. The Papua New Guinea National Food Security Policy is also described with its strategies to improve food security in the country. 

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