Solving the food insecurity, education and economic paradigm in Africa and the Arctic: a partner in wildlife sustainability
Healthy biosystems imply management of animal resources that are in synchrony with food supply. In the long-term, this translates into biological resources that have both economic and ecological sustainability and balance. Both, Nunavut, Canada and Namibia, Africa have an abundance of natural food resources. Food insecurity among aboriginal communities in these same regions is well documented. The World Health Organization defines food security when all people have access to good food to maintain life. In Canada, an Inuit Health Survey determined that about 68-69% of preschool children lived in ...
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