An assessment of food-security-related articles and lessons learnt from Zimbabwe: a critical analysis
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A number of scholars have written intensively and extensively about food security issues with regard to availability, accessibility, vulnerability, utilisation and stability across continents. However, indications are that, while there is a lot of literature on the food security phenomenon, many scholars have not been able to develop and prescribe food security frameworks unique and specific to a given area in relation to its geo-political, socio-economic setting and available resources, resulting in acute food shortages in many poor communities. This article analysed scholarly articles by other authors on food security and identified contributions and gaps that are going to be addressed by policy, and aims to contribute to new body of knowledge and practice.