Hungry Cities Partnership

The Hungry Cities Partnership (HCP) is an international network of cities and city-based partner organizations which focuses on the relationships between rapid urbanization, informality, inclusive growth and urban food systems in the Global South.

The HCP conducts collaborative research, training and advocacy with the objective of providing innovative solutions to the challenge of building sustainable cities and policies and programs that promote food security in the cities.

The HCP currently operates in China, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Mexico, Mozambique and South Africa and is funded by the International Partnerships for Sustainable Development (IPaSS) program of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).

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Hungry Cities Papers

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No. 01: Hungry Cities of the Global South, Jonathan Crush

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No. 02: Approaching Sustainable Urban Development in China through a Food System Planning Lens, Zhenzhong Si and Steffanie Scott

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No. 03: Urban Food Deserts and Climate Change in African Cities, Mary Caesar and Jonathan Crush

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No. 04: Supermarkets, Wet Markets and Food Patronage in Nanjing, China, Zhenzhong Si, Steffanie Scott, and Cameron McCordic

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No. 05: Mapping the Informal Food Economy in Cape Town, South Africa, Jane Battersby, Maya Marshak, and Ncedo Mngqibisa

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No. 06: The Informal Sector’s Role in Food Security: A Missing Link in Policy Debates, Caroline Skinner and Gareth Haysom

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No. 07: Household Food Security and Access to Medical Care in Maputo, Mozambique, Cameron McCordic

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No. 08: International Migration and Urban Food Security in South African Cities, Jonathan Crush and Godfrey Tawodzera

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No. 09: Comparing Household Food Security in Cities of the Global South through a Gender Lens, Liam Riley and Mary Caesar

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No. 10: The Hungry Cities Food Purchases Matrix: A Measure of Urban Household Food Security and Food System Interactions, Jonathan Crush and Cameron McCordic

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No. 11: Urban Food Security, Rural Bias and the Global Development Agenda, Jonathan Crush and Liam Riley

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No. 12: Compounding Vulnerability: A Model of Urban Household Food Security, Cameron McCordic

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No. 13: The Growth of Food Banking in Cities of the Global South, Daniel N. Warshawsky

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No. 14: The Impact of Proximity to Wet Markets and Supermarkets on Household Dietary Diversity in Nanjing City, China, Taiyang Zhong, Zhenzhong Si, Jonathan Crush, Zhiying Zu, Xianjin Huang, Steffanie Scott, Shuangshuang Tang, and Xiang Zhang

Hungry Cities Reports

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No. 1: The Urban Food System of Nanjing, China, Zhenzhong Si, Jonathan Crush, Steffanie Scott, and Taiyang Zhong

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No. 2: The Urban Food System of Maputo, Mozambique, Abel Chikanda and Inês Raimundo

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No. 3: The Urban Food System of Cape Town, South Africa, Gareth Haysom, Jonathan Crush, and Mary Caesar

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No. 4: The Urban Food System of Kingston, Jamaica, Elizabeth Thomas-Hope, Robert Kinlocke, Therese Ferguson, Charmaine Heslop-Thomas, and Beth Timmers

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No. 5: The Urban Food System of Bangalore, India, Aditi Surie and Neha Sami

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No. 6: The Urban Food System of Nairobi, Kenya, Samuel Owuor, Andrea Brown, Jonathan Crush, Bruce Frayne, and Jeremy Wagner

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No. 7: The Urban Food System of Mexico City, Mexico, Guénola Capron, Salomón Gonzalez Arellano, Jill Wigle, Ana Luisa Diez, Anavel Monterrubio, Héctor Hidalgo, Jesús Morales, José Castro, Cristina Sánchez-Mejorada, María Concepción Huarte T., María Teresa Esquivel, and René Flores