The COVID-19 pandemic has raised concerns worldwide about increases in food insecurity due to mobility restrictions, job and income losses, and other challenges. To gauge the impacts of shocks and the resilience of food systems in Addis Ababa, in August 2020, the authors revisited an August 2019 survey group with questions related to food consumption and household dietary diversity.
The paper, "Food Consumption and Food Security during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Addis Ababa," was published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics in February 2021.
Read the corresponding blog post, "Survey: Despite COVID-19, Food Consumption Remains Steady in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia," from the Food Systems Idea Exchange in October 2020.
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Snapshot of a national food system, guided by the Compendium Of Indicators For Food System Assessment
COVID-19 measures such as mobility restrictions and social distancing have impacted food systems worldwide. This rapid assessment led by researchers