Food Security

Focus on 3 Dimensions to improve Food Security after Natural Calamity

Aftereffects of natural disasters have considerable impact on food supplies, especially in Asian regions. To solve these problems, scientists at Colorado State University (CSU) have come up with an approach known as an ‘approximate dynamic programming’. Adopting this approach, the communities affected by natural calamities can improve the household food security. Studies by CSU also revealed the link between disruption in civil infrastructure and failures in food distribution. Natural calamities