Nutrient Access

> Direct impact on agricultural zones effecting incomes and jobs, and the macro economy, which in turn shape livelihoods in a number of ways, e.g. forms of social protection (3). ^ Direct effect on human health and susceptibility to diseases such as malaria and HIV/AIDS which undermine livelihoods capability and food security (4). > Indirect alterations to socio-economic aspects of livelihoods, food systems and development processes through human responses; e.g. land-use and adaptation responses (5). /'

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