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close this bookDrought and Famine - Trainer's Guide - 1st edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 71 p.)
close this folderPART 2: FAMINE
View the document17. PART 2 LEARNING OBJECTIVES - FAMINE
View the document18. MAJOR FAMINES
View the document19. UNDERSTANDING FAMINE
View the document20. FOOD SECURITY
View the document21. EXERCISE
View the document22. CAUSES OF FAMINE
View the document23. FACTORS CAUSING A DECLINE IN FOOD AVAILABILITY
View the document24. FACTORS AFFECTING PEOPLES' ABILITY TO ACQUIRE FOOD
View the document25. ''FAMINES ARE, IN THEORY, PREVENTABLE''
View the document26. THE ROLE OF CONFLICT
View the document27. COMMON FACTORS INCREASING VULNERABILITY TO FAMINE
View the document28. COPING STRATEGIES
View the document29. EXERCISE
View the document30. FAMINE EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS
View the document31. MEASURES TO MAINTAIN FOOD SECURITY
View the document32. PRICE STABILIZATION
View the document33. FOOD SUBSIDIES
View the document34. EMPLOYMENT CREATION PROGRAMMES
View the document35. GENERAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMMES
View the document36. SUPPLEMENTARY FEEDING PROGRAMMES
View the document37. LIVESTOCK AND PASTORALIST POPULATIONS
View the document38. COMPLEMENTARY WATER PROGRAMMES
View the document39. COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH PROGRAMMES
View the document40. DESIGNING COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMMES THROUGH A MIX OF INTERVENTIONS
View the document41. PART 2 SUMMARY

31. MEASURES TO MAINTAIN FOOD SECURITY


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Quickly review this list of possible interventions designed to protect people's access to food. Indicate mat you will discuss each intervention in depth following this overview.

· Price stabilization
· Food subsidies
· Employment creation programmes
· General food distributions
· Supplementary feeding programmes
· Special programmes for livestock and pastoralist populations
· Complementary water and health programmes