Living with Hunger

News 12.11.2021

Macroeconomic and growth-led policies are often premised on two assumptions; firstly, that poor and malnourished people are physically and psychologically equipped and ready to participate in vigorous economic activity and secondly, that although they are excluded from economic development, somehow the dynamic results of growth will filter down to them, solve their problems, and render them capable of gaining from the development process. (Read More)


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