The role of governance has been receiving increasing attention from food security scholars in recent years. However, in spite of the recognition that governance matters, current knowledge of food security governance is rather fragmented. To provide some clarity in the debate about the role of governance in addressing food in security, this paper reports the results of a systematic review of the literature. The synthesis revolves around seven recurring themes: i the view of governance as both a challenge and solution to food security; ii a governability that is characterized by high degrees of complexity; iii failures of the current institutional architectures; iv the arrival of new players at the forefront; v calls for coherency and coordination across multiple scales; vi variation and conflict of ideas; and vii calls for the allocation of sufficient resources and the integration of democratic values in food security governance. Two lines of discussion of this synthesis are raised.
Literature Review : Theoretical Review On Food Security
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Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security: A Literature Review in Sub Saharan Africa
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