Food Structure Changes and its Effects on Poverty in Egypt

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• Ph. D. in Agricultural Science: Department of Agricultural Economics, Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University, 2019.
Food Structure Changes and its Effects on Poverty in Egypt, the problem of study was the case of changes in prices and consequent change in real value of entry. It also affected the change in the structure of consumption; The study included five chapter dealing with the first entrance of study, and the current situation and the future perception of food consumption in Egypt for the various food groups and the fourth. The current situation and the future perception of the main nutrients for the individual in Egypt and fifth changes in structure of food expenditure and poverty in Egypt, recommended the need to reduce the quantities of food energy, where the average per capita of about 4060.65 calories/day, which is higher than the recommended global average, which is for males aged 25 to 50 years about 2900 calories/day and for females the same age about 2,200 calories/ day, In addition, the importance of in-kind remittances in reducing the level of food poverty is needed. Those whose incomes are less than 14,000 LE are highly dependent on these transfers a direct impact on poverty. The importance of reducing agricultural imports has a negative impact on food poverty in long term.
Publication year 2019
Availability location مكتبة معهد بحوث الاقتصاد الزراعي-7 ش نادى الصيد - مبنى الهيئات والشركات - الدقي- الجيزة (الدور الرابع)
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Country Egypt
Publisher Name: كلية الزراعة - جامعة الاسكندرية
Place: الاسكندرية - مصر
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Publication Type PhD Thesis