By looking at food security from all angles and asking the right questions. For example, how did families earn incomes to put food on the table? How much food did families produce on their land — only enough to feed their families, or were they able to sell crops too? Were moms and their children able to access health services? What were the causes of malnutrition in the communities?
We Can End Hunger by Looking Beyond Food
Director of FFP
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Food may be the basic building block, but it is just one component in the fight against hunger. As Dina rightly explains, the solution to hunger includes a variety of tactics, including agricultural production, access to markets, access to nutrition and health services and more!

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