Index
Abeywardene, P. 127-9
acute hunger see famine
Adams, A. 118
Adams, W. M. 117
Afghanistan:
consequences of conflict 142-3
Africa 3;
fish farming 78;
food riots 45;
land management 116-17;
land ownership 66;
low birthweights 25;
safe water supply 25; see also specific countries
Africa, North:
hunger statistics 27;
land ownership 67
Africa, sub-Saharan:
aid 152;
cereals 152;
child malnutrition 105;
conflict 144;
entitlement 6;
food wars 134;
hunger statistics 27-30;
refugees 140;
role of climate 115;
women agricultural workers 95, 96-7; see also specific countries
Africa, West:
hunger statistics 30
African National Congress:
agricultural policy 84-5
African-Americans:
low birthweights 25
age:
and hunger 34;
low height for 25
Agnew, J. 41
agriculture:
African National Congress policy 84-5;
cash crops 72-5;
and conflict 136-7;
diffusion of Western practices 54-9;
international policies 150;
marginal farming 115;
national policies 159;
women workers 88-9, 91-8
aid, international:
in conflict areas 134-5;
and hunger statistics 26-7;
importance of 152-4;
self-preservation in 166-7;
tied 153-4
aid agencies, international:
Afghanistan 143;
and conflicts 144; see also specific names
America, Central 27, 144;
cash crops 72-4
America, North:
cereals 151, 152;
entitlement 41;
as integrated union 49
America, South 144;
hunger statistics 27; see also Latin America; specific countries
anaemia:
in women 20-1
ancient world:
food systems 37
animals:
as food security;
trees as fodder for 129-30
aquaculture:
Africa 78
Argentina:
infant mortality rate 31;
wheat 38-40
arms purchase 141
Arnold, D. 3, 11, 12, 18

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  • Acknowledgements xiv
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  • 2 - The Contemporary Nature and Extent of Hunger 17
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  • 5 - Gendered Fields 88
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