Counting, scoring and classifying hunger to allocate resources targeted to solve the problem

Conference object English OPEN
Afonso Gallegos, Ana; Trueba Jainaga, Jose Ignacio; Tarancon Juanas, Monica;
(2011)
  • Publisher: E.T.S.I. Agrónomos (UPM)
  • Subject: Economía | Ciencias Sociales | Agricultura

A proper allocation of resources targeted to solve hunger is essential to optimize the efficacy of actions and maximize results. This requires an adequate measurement and formulation of the problem as, paraphrasing Einstein, the formulation of a problem is essential ... View more
  • References (24)
    24 references, page 1 of 3

    Author, (2008). Incidencia de la Seguridad Alimentaria en el Desarrollo. Análisis y Síntesis de indicadores. Entimema, 2008.

    Ayuda en Acción, Cáritas Española, Ingeniería sin Fronteras y ApD - Prosalus, (2010). Valoracion de la campaña sobre el informe del estado de la inseguridad alimentaria en el mundo 2010. Campaña por el derecho a la alimentación

    Bankoff, Greg, George Frerks and Dorothea Hilhorst, (2004). Mapping Vulnerability. Sterling: Earthscan

    Barro, R.J and J.-W.Lee, (2010). A New Data Set of Educational Attainment in the World, 1950-2010. NBER Working Paper No. 15902.

    FAO, (2001). Committee on World Food Security. Twenty-seventh Session. Rome, 28 May - 1 June 2001. The World Food Summit Goal And The Millennium Development Goals

    Kovacevic, M. (2010). Measurement of Inequality in Human Development-A Review.” Human Development Research Paper 35. PNUD-HDRO, Nueva York.

    MacMillan, (2007). Personal communication in the presentation of the book: “Trueba, 2005. El Fin del hambre en 2025. Un desafío para nuestra generación. Mundiprensa”

    Mernies, J., (2003). Measurement of food deprivation. FAO Statistics Division.

    Millennium Project, (2000). Millennium Development Goals. Targets and indicators.

    Nubé, M., (2001). Confronting dietary energy supply with anthropometry in the assessment of undernutrition prevalence at the level of countries. World Development 29 (7) 1275-1289.

  • Related Organizations (1)
  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark