The agriculture–nutrition nexus in Haiti

More than one-third of Haiti’s population remains food insecure, despite the efforts of international donors, government ministries and numerous non-governmental organisations (NGOs). Enough food is available in the country to feed everyone, but half of it is imported every year. Chronic poverty prevents much of the country’s population from accessing the food they need. This Technical Brief gives key recommendations to improve food and nutrition security in Haiti.

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    In a nutshell
    Key recommendations
    The policy and institutional framework
    Strengthening the agriculture–nutrition nexus
    Nutrition in Haiti
    Further reading

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The agriculture–nutrition nexus in Haiti


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