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University of the Western Cape (2019)

The breadbasket of Cape Town : Exploring the links between urban agriculture, land use and food security in the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA)

Donn-Arnold, Natasha

Titre : The breadbasket of Cape Town : Exploring the links between urban agriculture, land use and food security in the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA)

Auteur : Donn-Arnold, Natasha

Université de soutenance : University of the Western Cape

Grade : Magister Artium - MA (Geography, Environmental & Tourism Studies) 2019

Résumé
Hunger is more than just a feeling, it is the lack of access to safe nutritious food, which in turn may result in anger towards government, low performance, sadness and a limited will to survive. Urban agriculture has been identified as a source of livelihood for many urban residents and could fundamentally change food insecure cities like Cape Town. The Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) is one such place with an enormous amount of potential to assist the City of Cape Town (CCT) to overcome food insecurity challenges. The PHA is the focus of this thesis that aims to determine the impacts that housing and industrial developments in the PHA have had, and might have in the future, on food security in the Greater Cape Town Area (GCTA). The specific objectives of the study are as follows : (1) To investigate the urban agricultural distribution of the PHA ; (2) to investigate agricultural facilitation, people empowerment and the use of land for agricultural purposes ; (3) To determine the level of access to food for people within and around the PHA ; and (4) To examine the links between the urban agricultural food sector and food production.

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