Food security

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Food security refers to the ability of individuals and communities to access and afford adequate, safe, and nutritious food. It is a complex issue that is influenced by factors such as economic conditions, political stability, and environmental sustainability. Food insecurity is a major public health problem, and can lead to malnutrition, obesity, and other health issues. Governments, international organizations, and non-governmental organizations are working to address food security issues through a range of policies and programs aimed at improving access to food, promoting sustainable agriculture, and reducing poverty.

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