Comparative Food-Security Governance in India, Ethiopia, and Nigeria

April 2, 2019


India, Ethiopia, and Nigeria share many challenges vis-a-vis their food security - high population numbers and population growth, high urbanisation rates, and increasingly adverse effects of climate change on agricultural production and water security. This project, financially supported by Royal Holloway's Research Strategy Fund, examines the programmes and policies that the three countries have in place to govern food security, both at the national and at the household and individual levels. Through cross-country and cross-state (given the three countries' federal character) comparisons, the project analyses the complex linkages between the countries' food security and the identified challenges and aims to highlight areas where the three countries can learn from each other.  

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Global Politics and Development Centre

Department of Politics and International Relations

Royal Holloway

University of London

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