Food insecurity: A global challenge, in a multi-disciplinary framework
Food insecurity has many causes that are mutually extremely interrelated and rooted within a complex network of social, political, economic and cultural institutions. We framework the possible of a multidisciplinary approach for creating an innovative research cascade in the study of food insecurity, and examine existing gaps in food insecurity research and methodological problem in producing research that is available to researchers. New research needed rise above conventional boundaries between the natural and social sciences. This paper explains the part of applied research for growth and extension services through the multidisciplinary approach of enhancing food production and stopping losses. This paper arises with an explanation of numerous disciplinary approaches for understanding the micro- and macro-level reasons of food insecurity. We point out chances for cooperation among these approaches within a multidisciplinary framework. By explaining the research questions to be answered inside this specific collection, we boost other discipline researcher for emerging their own type of multidisciplinary food insecurity research.