Household Food Security Preparedness
Tool #10 in the in the “Leadership During a Pandemic: What Your Municipality Can Do” Toolkit developed by USAID and PAHO for municipal leadership, Household Food Security Preparedness raises awareness about the need to prepare at the household level for shortages of food, water, and essential services and interruptions to income and livelihood that may occur during a pandemic.
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