This report analyses the four pillars of food security: access, availability, utilization and stability, from an inequality lens. It provides policy recommendations for addressing inequality in food security through strengthening agricultural systems, production and trade, and also for mitigating climate change while adapting to its growing effects and improving disaster risk management. The report calls for immediate humanitarian assistance when shocks do occur, without political implications. Regional solidarity is called for in redistributing resources from those that have plenty to those that do not, coupled with increased investments in health, education and social protection.

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