COVID-19, seed security and social differentiation: when it rains, it pours
Food security and seed security are closely linked, especially for poor smallholders in developing countries. The impacts of COVID-19 highlight the vulnerability of marginalized groups, and their exposure across multiple social and economic dimensions. Employing seed interventions as part of the COVID-19 recovery requires recognizing local social dynamics, or risks worsening the situation for the most disadvantaged.
2020-06 , Delaquis, Erik, Almekinders, Conny J.M.,
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