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Title: Socio-economic causes of food insecurity in Malawi
Authors: Hajdu, F
Ansell, N
Robson, E
van Blerk, L
Chipeta, L
Keywords: Food insecurity;Malawi;Socio-economic causes
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: JSTOR
Citation: The Society of Malawi Journal, 62(2): 6-18, (2009)
Abstract: The food crisis that Malawi experienced in 2002 led to hundreds – maybe thousands – of hunger-related deaths, which is more than any famine in living memory. During this famine, maize production fell by over 30% and maize prices rose by over 300% (Devereux, 2002). At the peak of the crisis, nearly a third of the population were dependent on food aid (USAID/Malawi, 2004).
URI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/29779290
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/10243
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