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Socioeconomic Issues on Spotlight
                                                            

Food Security

Being food secure means that all people at all times have physical and economic access to sufficient quantities of nutritious, safe, affordable, and culturally appropriate food, which is produced in an environmentally sustainable and socially just manner, and that people are able to make informed decisions about their food choices. In many developing countries, including the Philippines, food security constraints are increasingly becoming a threat, exacerbating poverty and health problems.

Studies by academic and research institutions can provide useful insights on how to address food security issues. These studies by authors from SERP-P Network members are featured in this second release of Spotlight. They tackle the three facets of food security as defined by the World Health Organization: food availability, food access, and food use.





DP 2012-36  Impacts of Natural Disasters on Agriculture, Food Security, and Natural Resources and Environment in the Philippines
EID 2011 Vol. XI No.2  Food Security
DP 2010-14  Innovations in Financing Food Security
DP 2011-35  Philippines: Food Security versus Agricultural Exports?
PN 2010-11  Addressing Constraints to Agricultural Finance to Boost Food Production
PN 2011-11  Putting Rice on the Table: Rice Policy, the WTO, and Food Security
AER 2008-01  Rethinking Food Security