Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The Governing Food Systems to Alleviate Poverty in Secondary Cities in Africa (branded as “Consuming Urban Poverty”) project is aligned to the assertion that “In order to understand cities properly, we need to look at them through food”

It argues that important contributions to debates on urbanization in sub-Saharan Africa, the nature of urban poverty, and the relationship between governance, poverty and the spatial characteristics of cities and towns in the region can be made through a focus on urban food systems and the dynamics of urban food poverty

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