The increasing population and urbanization is one of the major causes of food insecurity
Among people who are not in the labor force, however, trying to get them to spend money on an economic insecurity
issue that personally affects them is self-undermining, but it is not self-undermining to ask them to spend time since, to this population, time is not a limited resource.
As per the report, the number of people suffering from chronic food insecurity
in the Near East and North Africa has doubled since 1990 to reach 33 million.
National surveys are limited and provide an overview, but often do not reflect the degree of food insecurity
faced by very poor, marginalised communities such as those residing in informal settlements.
West Pokot Senator John Lonyangapuo said idle youth had taken advantage of the insecurity
along the road to rob passengers.
Feeding with a Purpose was engineered to bring community awareness to the food insecurity
problem close to home and around the globe.
She said teachers have in the past experienced and undergone exceptional hardship in the performance of duty due to insecurity
results in poor health and decreased nutrient intake.
As a CS, he will be crucial to the fight against insecurity
if his efforts in the war against cattle rustling is anything to go by.
In another question, journalists were asked how online insecurity
affected their journalism careers.
Despite data collection issues and the inherent difficulty of accurately quantifying levels of insecurity
and its impact, the authors have statistically shown that a causal relationship between insecurity
and polio incidence exists,' said Richard Sullivan, co-director of the Conflict and Health Research Group at King's College London, who was not involved with this study.
Our nation can never be great in a state of insecurity
and war as we are presently experiencing it.