Full of practical examples of encouraging initiatives, the concise text provides a wealth of information and crucial food for thought.
The authors take a solution oriented approach that shows how - if and when stakeholders come together - significant change is indeed possible.
"South Africa’s hunger problem is now better understood, and can be solved through flexible and collaborative action from government, NGOs, faith-based organisations, the private sector, economists and communities. The necessary expertise and knowledge are available in South Africa, as are trusted conveners, organisers and problem-solving methodologies.
What is required is good leadership to act on this momentum, and more recognition of the dangerous link between hunger, violence and national development."
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