Research Update: Spatial Variation in Funding Food Security Organizations in Johannesburg, South Africa

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Non-governmental food security organizations provide important services in the global south.  In Johannesburg, they operate a range of services, including urban agriculture, food redistribution, and basic-need programs.  SSI lecturer Dr. Daniel Warshawsky has studied these organizations in detail, including significant field work.  His most recent research paper has just been published in The Professional GeographerMeasuring the Size, Scope, and Location of Civil Society Organizations in Johannesburg’s Food System.  Click through to read more of Dr. Warshawsky’s research.

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