Making Agricultural Policies Nutrition Enhancing

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An important article on the importance of making agricultural policies nutrition-enhancing was published recently on The Guardian under a title Agriculture and Nutrition: you are what you saw. Policies that foster agricultural investments and increase food production are important to ending hunger, ensuring food security, increase export earnings and rural income. The alarming climate change, increasing food prices, increasing global population and environmental degradation is getting the attention global leaders. Agreement has been reached among leaders to revamp the agriculture sector and boost production, but always neglected is  the importance of making agricultural policies are nutrition-enhancing.

Read more about agricultural policies and nutrition on: http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2014/jan/22/agriculture-nutrition-improving-policy

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