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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2001
    India, Guatemala, Congo, Italy

    In every region of the world, landscapes are being transformed. Rural people are migrating to urban centres in search of economic and social opportunities while city dwellers are becoming interested in producing their own food and moving outside the centres to be able to appreciate nature. These changes in lifestyles have implications for the food system and nutritional status of populations.

  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2001
    Burkina Faso, Morocco, Iran, Dominican Republic, Vietnam, Mali, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Ghana, Congo, India, Pakistan, Niger, Thailand

    Escalating urban poverty levels in many developing countries and countries in transition have exacerbated the alarming status of food availability and accessibility. Poor urban consumers often reside in the most remote, deprived areas which tend to be eglected by local authorities. Their food security requires specific attention. The challenge is to improve food supply and distribution systems efficiency and dynamism. This should be achieved through effective, concerted and sustainable interventions.

  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2001
    Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Italy

    At the request and with the support of the Japanese Governament, FAO has compiled experiences of livestock keeping fom different parts of the world, categorized by production systems, to make it easier for interested people to select ideas for their own conditions. This document presents a sample of such technologies intended for livestock keeing in urban and peri-urban areas. It describes the livestock production system in traditional sectors and identifies constraints.

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