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Record number 560289
Title Studying home gardens as if people mattered : Why don't food-insecure households in rural Myanmar cultivate home gardens?
Author(s) Pritchard, Bill; Vicol, Mark; Rammohan, Anu; Welch, Elen
Source The Journal of Peasant Studies 46 (2019)5. - ISSN 0306-6150 - p. 1047 - 1067.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/03066150.2018.1431623
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2019
Keyword(s) differentiation - food and nutrition security - Home gardens - Myanmar - rural development
Abstract

Extensive research, mainly undertaken by nutrition scientists and economists, indicates that the presence of a home garden is positively associated with improved household nutrition in rural households of the global South. However, this literature is relatively silent on the contexts that influence home garden uptake. This is problematic given rapidly changing social and economic landscapes, which reshape the place and scope for home gardens within households’ livelihood and food provisioning arrangements. Original research from Myanmar reported here reveals that emergent socio-economic contexts for rural households are posing heightened challenges for home gardens to contribute to food and nutrition security.

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