Part I. Vulnerability to hunger : causes and remedies. 1. National food policies impacting on food security : the experience of a large populated country : India / Shabd S. Acharya. 2. Food security in the South Pacific island countries with special reference to the Fiji Islands / K.L. Sharma. 3. Food security in the SADC region : an assessment of national trade strategy in the context of the 2001-03 food crisis / Andrew Charman and James Hodge. 4. On the edge : the role of food-based safety nets in helping vulnerable households manage food insecurity / Lynn Brown and Ugo Gentilini. 5. The public distribution systems of foodgrains and implications for food security : a comparison of the experiences of India and China / Zhang-Yue Zhou and Guanghua Wan. -- Part II. Gender and hunger : the links. 6. Gender, HIV/AIDS and rural livelihoods : micro-level investigations in three African countries / John Curry ... [et al.]. 7. Gender, local knowledge and lessons learnt in documenting and conserving agrobiodiversity / Yianna Lambrou and Regina Laub. 8. Gender differentiation in the analysis of alternative farm mechanization choices on small farms in Kenya / Julliet Wanjiku ... [et al.]. 9. Women and food security in South Asia : current issues and emerging concerns / Nira Ramachandran. -- Part III. Hunger as entitlement failure : the right to food. 10. Entitlement failure from a food quality perspective : the life and death role of vitamins and minerals in humanitarian crises / Patrick Webb and Andrew Thorne-Lyman. 11. The right to food as a fundamental human right : FAO's experience / Isabella Rae, Julian Thomas and Margret Vidar. 12. Realizing the right to food in South Asia / Pradeep Bhargava and Manju Balana. 13. Rights-based approach to development : lessons from the right to food movement in India / Basudeb Guha-Khasnobis and S. Vivek
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