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These previous studies are reviewed under the following categories: The World Bank n. Finally, Leidenfrost2nd definition notes that a minimum definition of food security also includes "an assured ability to acquire acceptable foods in socially acceptable ways e.
The term "food security" was originally coined as a way of addressing food-related problems in industrializing countries World Bank, Household food security is often assessed in terms of a multi-tiered rating system: Food insecure with hunger can be sub-divided into moderate or severe hunger.
With moderate hunger, adults reduce their own food intake, often for the sake of children. Severe hunger is where the children of a household also have their food intake reduced Ohio Hunger Task Force, Anderson and Cook have tried to bring together varying threads of the idea of "community food security" CFS into a cohesive set of ideas rooted in a common theory.
They assert that three main groups contribute to food security: All three have different objectives and interests, but together they form the collective interpretation of community food security.
Conceptually, food security can be divided into food availability, food access, and food utilization World Bank, n. Thus, in order to utilize i. Frongillo describes food insecurity for individuals along the following spectrum: In this view, food insecurity has four components: Food security is most commonly evaluated through direct questioning interviews or questionnaires.
These questionnaire-style measures have proved to be accurate and precise measures of food security Frongillo, ; Carlson, et al. A household is food insecure when: Food insecurity is widespread. Ten percent of all US households are food insecure, while nearly 17 percent of all children live in food insecure households Ohio Hunger Task Force, Food access is the means by which food security is satisfied.
Leidenfrost states that food security in developed countries consists of three aspects pertinent to food access: Common factors in food access are: Food access is a short-term years dimension of household food security and is generally viewed as part of the more long-term goal of reducing poverty and improving food markets World Bank, n.
Since the US has not ratified the Covenant and because the US Constitution says nothing of human rights, the US does not have any formal international obligation to "take appropriate steps to ensure the realization" of the right to adequate food and "to be free from hunger" as the Covenant requires UN,Article This would require massive time and effort, funding, popular support, and political will, which at present, are lacking in the US.
The addendum to the food security definition requires people acquire food in "socially-acceptable ways" Leidenfrost, This appears to argue against community-based food support.Profile.
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LITERATURE REVIEW. Cheema & Abbas () applied logistic regression model by using Pakistan Social and Living Aziz et al.() investigated the extent, causes and severity of household food security at rovincial level in Pakistan.
They collected data from Household Integrated Economic Survey. Chapter 2. Food security: concepts and measurement  Introduction. This chapter looks at the origins of the concept of chronic food insecurity, the implications for measurement, and suggests the need for a complementary investigation into the implications for transitory food .