In several states in India, crops often fail because of unpredictable rainfall patterns, leading to widespread food shortages. Rising food costs and lack of regular employment mean the poor cannot afford to buy fruit and vegetables, resulting in malnutrition and poor health.

This case study explains how contingency planning, training in growing vegetables, and the formation of self-help groups allowed farmers in India to increase their food security.

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