East Africa: Are Food Insecure Smallholder Households Making Changes in Their Farming Practices?



Publisher:
CGIAR
Publication Date:
7 September 2012
Tags:
East Africa, Food and Agriculture, Climate, Environment

This original paper examines the relationship between farming practice changes made by households coping with the huge demographic, economic, and ecological changes they have seen in the last 10 years and household food security. Patti Kristjanson, Henry Neufeldt, Anja Gassner, Joash Mango, Florence B. Kyazze, Solomon Desta, George Sayula, Brian Thiede, Wiebke Förch and Philip K. Thornton, et al.




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