Re-visiting Government of Indonesia Strategies on Food Crisis and Farmers’ Resilience

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Food prices can make the difference between life and death for millions of people around the world

– Maximo Torero Cullon, FAO Chief Economist (Edward, 2022).

The massive emergence of pests, fertilizer supply instability, and fluctuations in fertilizer prices show how climate change and international conflict add to the food system’s disruption, which can potentially cause a food crisis.  Apart from having a bad effect on the broader community, the food crisis has also brought misery to Indonesian farmers because it can reduce the quality of their livelihood.


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