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Microsoft PowerPoint-Poster#2

@inproceedings{Ford2007MicrosoftP,
  title={Microsoft PowerPoint-Poster#2},
  author={J. Ford and Lea Berrang Ford and C. Irngaut and Kevin Qrunnut},
  year={2007}
}
  • J. Ford, Lea Berrang Ford, +1 author Kevin Qrunnut
  • Published 2007
  • Food insecurity, or the inability of individuals and households to meet their nutritional requirements in a culturally acceptable manner, is believed to be widespread among Inuit communities in Northern Canada. This poster reports on a study conducted in Igloolik, Nunavut, during summer 2007 to develop a baseline understanding of the magnitude and prevalence of food insecurity in the community, identify high risk groups and characterize conditions facilitating and constraining food security… CONTINUE READING

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