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Zeszyt 1 (47) 2018 , DOI: 10.17306/J.JARD.2018.00397

Enioluwa Jonathan Ijatuyi, Abiodun Olusola Omotayo, Busisiwe Nkonki-Mandleni

EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FOOD SECURITY STATUS OF AGRICULTURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN THE PLATINUM PROVINCE OF SOUTH AFRICA

Abstract:

This paper gives a succinct report on an investigation
into the food security constraints of rural farming
households in the North West Province of South Africa. Data
presented was gathered across the four districts, and was analyzed
using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. The
descriptive results showed that the mean age of rural farmers
was 55 years and the average household size was 7 members.
Logistic regression results on factors influencing food
security in the study showed that variables such as age of the
household’s head, household feeding rate, the total cost of
production, farm income and health expenditure had significant
impact on the respondents’ food security (at p < 0.05).
As shown by Probit regression results, constraints such as the
age of household head, food availability, veld fires, market
availability, predator invasion, health expenditure and veterinary
practices significantly influenced the achievement of
food security in the study area. This study concluded that rural
farming households were witnessing different dimensions of
food insecurity which affected different aspects of their social
and economic activities. It is therefore the responsibility of the
government to come up with a holistic approach to address
the present discrepancy in the national and grass-roots food
security status.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17306/J.JARD.2018.00397
Zapis do cytowania:

MLA Ijatuyi, Enioluwa Jonathan, et al. "EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FOOD SECURITY STATUS OF AGRICULTURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN THE PLATINUM PROVINCE OF SOUTH AFRICA." J. Agribus. Rural Dev. 47.1 (2018): 29-38.
APA Enioluwa Jonathan Ijatuyi, Abiodun Olusola Omotayo, Busisiwe Nkonki-Mandleni (2018). EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FOOD SECURITY STATUS OF AGRICULTURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN THE PLATINUM PROVINCE OF SOUTH AFRICA. J. Agribus. Rural Dev. 47 (1), 29-38
ISO 690 IJATUYI, Enioluwa Jonathan, OMOTAYO, Abiodun Olusola, NKONKI-MANDLENI, Busisiwe. EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FOOD SECURITY STATUS OF AGRICULTURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN THE PLATINUM PROVINCE OF SOUTH AFRICA. J. Agribus. Rural Dev., 2018, 47.1: 29-38.
Adres do korespondencji:
MSc Ijatuyi Enioluwa Jonathan, Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, North-West University, School of Agricultural Sciences, private bag X 2046, Mmabatho, South Africa
Email do korespondencji:
ijatuyienioluwa@gmail.com

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