Food Security sources - World Vision Australia

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Food security
Asian Development Bank, Country Environmental Analysis: Bangladesh 3rd Draft, July 2004
CIA, The World Factbook, available at:
DFAT, Overview of Australia’s aid program to Timor-Leste, available at:
FAO, IFAD and WFP, The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2014: Strengthening the enabling environment for food security and
nutrition, 2014, p.42
FAO, World Food Summit, Plan of Action, 1996
General Economics Division Bangladesh Planning Commission, Millennium Development Goals: Bangladesh Country Report 2013, 2014
Greenpeace International, ‘Golden’ rice: All glitter, no gold, available at:
IRRI, Vitamin A deficiency, available at:
Liz Ford, “Ban Ki-moon launches Zero Hunger Challenge at Rio+20 summit”, The Guardian, 23 June 2012
National Institute of Population Research and Training, Mitra and Associates, and ICF International, Bangladesh Demographic and Health
Survey 2011, 2013
UNdata, Bangladesh Country Profile, available at:
UNDP, Human Development Report 2014, 2014
UNICEF, Information by country and programme, available at:
WFP, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics and IFAD, Undernutrition Maps of Bangladesh 2012: Key Findings, 2014
WFP, Hunger: Frequently Asked Questions, available at:
World Health Organization, Nutrition: Micronutrient deficiencies, available at:
World Health Organization, Timor-Leste Country health profile, available at:
World Meteorological Organization, data provided by Bangladesh Meteorological Department, Dhaka Bangladesh Climatological
Information, available at:
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