Fighting Hunger in Brazil: Much achieved, more to do
This case study introduces the policies adopted by the Brazilian government in order to prioritize poverty reduction and food security. It explores the reasons for the success of these policies, and concludes that key factors include government support at the highest level, an integrated approach that goes across departments and sectors, and an influential civil society movement.
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