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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53008
Doc. No:TL22962
Call number:‭3218708‬
Main Entry:Chetana Mirle
Title & Author:Predicting the effects of crop-based agricultural programs on household -level consumption in rural Bangladesh: The case of the Northwest crop diversification program in Aditmari Upazilla, northwest BangladeshChetana Mirle
College:Tufts University
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:162
Abstract:The expansion of food-production alone has failed to improve food consumption and access for the majority of the world's poor. The International Food Policy and Research Institute notes that it is common to have 20-30 percent of a country's population consuming less than 80 percent of caloric requirements even though national-level food security is at or greater than 100 percent. Hunger and malnutrition remain widespread in India and Bangladesh, and yet these countries regularly report surplus food grain production. My research delved into this paradox on a micro-scale, by exploring the connection between agricultural production and household-level food consumption in one sub-district in Northwest Bangladesh. Specifically, the study aimed to predict how a
Subject:Health and environmental sciences; Social sciences; Biological sciences; Aditmari Upazilla; Agricultural programs; Bangladesh; Consumption; Crop diversification; Household-level; Rural development; Welfare; Agricultural economics; Agriculture; Nutrition; Agricultural production; Food products; Food supply; Households; Crops; Studies; 0570:Nutrition; 0473:Agriculture; 0503:Agricultural economics; 0630:Welfare
Added Entry:K. Merrigan
Added Entry:Tufts University