Open Access Review Article

A Perspective of Food Access within the Developing World

Mohammad Taghi Sheykhi*

Department of Social Science, Alzahra University, Iran

Corresponding Author

Received Date: December 03, 2018;  Published Date: December 17, 2018


The paper explores how food production and accessibility has become problematic within the developing nations. The problem will be more acute in the years to come due to boosting migrations from rural areas. Mismanagement of food distribution and processing is also counted as an issue. Modernization of agriculture could be recommended as a solution. Hunger and shortage of food have highly impacted the cities of developing countries to be unbearably densely populated. The UN has positively recommended that food problem within the developing world could be solved only if improved technologies are used. However, while more demands for food is observed today, more food needs to be produced. Similarly, as in urban areas more money is in circulation, people’s lifestyle is ever changing demanding more food in quantity and quality. Sustainable agricultural revolution emphasizes on efforts to be made to ever raise yields to feed the increasing population. The paper points to the increasing number of world countries facing malnutrition creating challenges. They all need solutions and remedies.

Keywords: Purchasing power; Modernizing agriculture; Food security; Increasing demand; Multiple agricultural revolution

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