Seasonal Hunger: A Neglected Problem with Proven Solutions

Abstract

Most of the world’s acute hunger and undernutrition occurs not in conflicts and natural disasters but in the annual ‘‘hunger season,’’ the time of year when the previous year’s harvest stocks have dwindled, food prices are high, and jobs are scarce (See Text S1, Note A). Nearly seven out of every ten hungry people in the world, or about six hundred million… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1000101

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@article{Vaitla2009SeasonalHA, title={Seasonal Hunger: A Neglected Problem with Proven Solutions}, author={Bapu Vaitla and Stephen J Devereux and Samuel Hauenstein Swan}, journal={PLoS Medicine}, year={2009}, volume={6}, pages={1207 - 1211} }