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Hunger Pains: Pakistan’s Food Insecurity

September 16, 2010 • Climate Change & Mitigation, Farming Practices, Daily Email Recap

The Woodrow Wilson Center has just published the edited volume, “Hunger Pains: Pakistan’s Food Insecurity.” This effort is the outgrowth of last year’s Wilson Center conference of the same name.

The book is edited by Asia Program associate Michael Kugelman and director Robert M. Hathaway, and features contributions by Michael Kugelman, Zafar Altaf, Sohail Jehangir Malik, Roshan Malik, Abid Qaiyum Suleri, Gautam Hazarika, Saadia Toor, Kaiser Bengali and Allan Jury, and Kenneth Iain MacDonald.

The book examines Pakistan’s food insecurity from a variety of angles, including supply challenges, access/distribution issues, governance constraints, social dimensions, structural dimensions, gender and regional disparities, and international responses. The book also makes a range of recommendations.

If you would like a complimentary copy, please email asia@wilsoncenter.org with your preferred mailing address, and they’ll be happy to send the copy along. A PDF version of the book can be accessed at

http://www.wilsoncenter.org/topics/pubs/ASIA_100412_PakistFood_rptL0713FINALVERSION.pdf


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