IGU Commission on Geography of Famine and Vulnerable Food Systems
Commission UGI sur la géographie de la famine et des systèmes de nutrition vulnérables
1992 Washington DC USA
1992, Washington DC (USA), as a commission of B-XB2079 - International Geographical Union (IGU). (From 1992-1996: Commission 92-C12; since 1996: Commission 96-C09). Ceased to exist.
Stimulate and coordinate research on vulnerable food systems; analyse causes and effects of famine and endemic hunger; contribute scientifically to famine prevention and food security; systematically link scientific research to the efforts of development planners and institutions to end world hunger.
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Chair, Secretary and 8 full members.
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