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Addressing World Poverty through Women and Girls: A feminized solution?

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Food and nutrition have historically been deeply implicated in poverty analysis and measurement. Indeed, poverty is often defined and measured in terms of both absolute and relative incomes in macro-level international comparisons. Absolute measures, such as the “extreme poverty line,” are grounded in a “basic needs” approach whereby an extreme poverty line is typically established as the income necessary to access sufficient calories to avoid death. Likewise the “poverty line” is also an absolute measure of the income/expenditure of resources needed to access not only food, but also housing and transport.

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Year 2016
Authors Sylvia Chant
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/IPIU6714
DOI Number 10.52439/IPIU6714
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