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Food security is an issue often discussed at government level or at numerous international conferences. However, we believe food security is most likely to be achieved when food is locally produced, processed, stored and distributed. There are many other topics we could have included but hope we have provided enough useful ideas to start you thinking. We would encourage you to follow the ideas shared by Pukuta Mwanza and set up discussion groups or workshops in your village or urban community to discuss local food security issues.  

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