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Paths to Attaining Food Security: The Case of Cameroon
AbstractThis paper sets out to develop a framework for characterizing agricultural growth orientations. We identify four main components in the global food system (technology, institutions, people, and natural resources). Based on the extent to which any two of these components are important in driving the growth of agriculture, we distinguish four main orientations of agricultural growth: local food, high resource-technology driven, guided technology driven, and right-to-food growth orientations. Given the social and environmental challenges that agricultural growth has to meet in Cameroon, we argue that the local food orientation and guided technology-driven orientation offer better opportunities for meeting the problem of food security in this country.
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Yengoh, G.T.; Armah, F.A.; Onumah, E.E. Paths to Attaining Food Security: The Case of Cameroon. Challenges 2010, 1, 5-26.View more citation formats
Yengoh GT, Armah FA, Onumah EE. Paths to Attaining Food Security: The Case of Cameroon. Challenges. 2010; 1(1):5-26.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yengoh, Genesis T.; Armah, Frederick Ato; Onumah, Edward Ebo. 2010. "Paths to Attaining Food Security: The Case of Cameroon." Challenges 1, no. 1: 5-26.
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