There's a clear link between good governance and reduced hunger. Wherever hunger is a pressing concern, improved governance must be a high priority. In its absence, gains in food security can be impeded or completely undermined. The deficit is particularly serious at the national level.
A May 2003 report to the Committee on World Food Security described good governance as "a key element in the realization of (...) the right to adequate food in particular."
See our collection of resources on governance below for this report and 19 other items on the subject.
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