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 Geographer: Measuring the Size, Scope, and Location of Civil Society Organizations in Johannesburg’s Food System. Click through to read more of Dr. Warshawsky’s research.