Food security: Shielding vulnerable households from climate fallout

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The porridge is distributed to feeding kitchens, old age homes, schools, and any place that might have hungry people.An African Union agency that has paid millions of dollars to many countries suffering from droughts so that poor households can afford to buy food. But SA is yet to sign up.
The porridge is distributed to feeding kitchens, old age homes, schools, and any place that might have hungry people.An African Union agency that has paid millions of dollars to many countries suffering from droughts so that poor households can afford to buy food. But SA is yet to sign up.

Over the years, South Africa has built a reputation for being one of the most food-secure countries on the continent and among emerging markets at large. But the country is still food insecure at the household level, and Statistics SA estimated that almost 20% of households did not have access to adequate food in 2017.

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