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Bangladesh: the challenges of food security and development in a disaster-prone economy


, : Bangladesh: the challenges of food security and development in a disaster-prone economy. World food aid: experiences of recipients and donors: 41-55

Issues of food security and food aid have become important in Bangladesh.

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