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Women at the centre of the food cycle – webinar on food security post-Covid-19

Published September 1, 2020, by

A virtual dialogue looking at the important issues surrounding food security pre- and post-Covid-19, has revealed that women are at the centre of the food cycle. Hosted by the DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence in Food Security, presenters at the webinar revealed that access to food does not take place in a vacuum but rather in the politics around it.

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