strategy

Improving food self-sufficiency

Context:
Much of the world's resources are currently devoted to the production of crops grown by the third world for sale to the first world. Food crops which can be consumed locally are forgone in favour of cash crops to satisfy the demand for tea, coffee, meat and other products for the developed world. Agribusiness has produced a massive surplus of cheap food, but many in the world still go hungry.
Constrains:
Providing food aid
Subjects:
Food
Reform
Cooperative
Type Classification:
C: Cross-sectoral strategies