Experts: Development strategies can combat Bangladeshi food woes

12/23/2011 | IRINNews.org

Development experts say tactics such as a homegrown food supply, empowerment of women and school food programs are strategies that can help protect impoverished Bangladeshis from higher food prices. Bangladesh faces serious challenges from chronic and acute malnutrition, with 60% of Bangladeshi households without access to sufficient food supply in 2010, according to studies.

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