46 Pages
English

Mapping the Invisible

-

Gain access to the library to view online
Learn more

Description

This report argues that it is essential to understand the dynamics of the informal food retail sector because of its vital role in ensuring greater access to food by the urban poor. Existing policy frameworks to address food security and to govern the informal sector tend to neglect informal retail in the food system. As a result, the sector is poorly understood. The report therefore attempts to identify the characteristics of the sector that impact on its ability to address the food needs of the neighbourhoods in which the businesses are located. Although the research is focused on Cape Town, the findings are of broader relevance.

Subjects

Informations

Published by
Published 29 December 2016
Reads 0
EAN13 9781920597214
Language English
Document size 7 MB

Legal information: rental price per page 0.0045€. This information is given for information only in accordance with current legislation.

AFRICAN FOOD SECURITY URBAN NETWORK (AFSUN) URBAN FOOD SECURITY SERIES NO. 24 I
MAPPINGTHEINVISIBLE: T I F E HE NFORMAL OOD CONOMY C T , S A OF APE OWN OUTH FRICA
URBAN FOOD SECURITY SERIES NO. 24
AFRICAN FOOD SECURITY URBAN NETWORK (AFSUN)
MAPPINGTHEINVISIBLE: THEINFORMALFOODECONOMYOFCAPETOWN, SOUTHAFRICA
J B , M M ANE ATTERSBY AYA ARSHAK N M AND CEDO NGQIBISA
S E : P . J C ERIES DITOR ROF ONATHAN RUSH
URBAN FOOD SECURITY SERIES NO. 24