La question alimentaire en Afrique : risque et politisation : (introduction au dossier)

Abstract : Without pretending to a systematic comparison, this study examines the risks involved in the management of food in several African countries. The articles expose the gap between the initial intentions of food policies, their implementation and local situations. They stress the weakening of the State, the growing strenght of trading networks and individual citizen initiatives, which constitute the most of the relations between the actors of food system, while indicating thre plurality of their perceptions, usages and normatives frameworks. Such are the stages of a reflection which examines the relationship between theoritical frameworks, development models and the game of actors.
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Pierre Janin, Charles-Edouard de Suremain. La question alimentaire en Afrique : risque et politisation : (introduction au dossier). Revue Tiers Monde, Armand Colin, 2005, 66 (184), pp.727-736. ⟨ird-00275356⟩

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