Working Papers

 

CUP Working Papers

Battersby, Jane, and Haysom, Gareth (2016), Africa’s Urban Food and Nutrition Transition: A Call to Action, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 1, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town.wp1-battersby-haysom-africas-urban-food-and-nutrition-transition

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Skinner, Caroline (2016), Informal Food Retail in Africa: A Review of Evidence, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 2, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town. cupworkingpaper2-skinner-informal-retail

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Shifa, Muna and Leibbrandt, Murray (2017) Profiling Multidimensional Poverty and Inequality in Kenya and Zambia at Sub-National Levels, Consuming Urban Poverty Working Paper No. 3, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town. CUPworkingpaper3 Shifa Leibbrandt Multidimensional poverty

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Opiyo, P., Obange, N., Ogindo, H. and Wagah, G (2018), The Characteristics, Extent and Drivers of Urban Food Poverty in Kisumu, Kenya, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 4, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town.cup wp 4 kisumufoodpovertyscreenshot 2019-01-15 at 06.15.40

 

Opiyo, P., Otiende, F., & Fuseini, I. (2018).Characteristics of the Urban Food System in Kisumu, Kenya, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 5, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town.cup wp 5 kisumufoodsystemscreenshot 2019-01-15 at 06.10.42

 

Tawodzera, Godfrey, and Chileshe, Mutale (2019), Household Food Poverty in Kitwe, Zambia, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 6, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town.

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Tawodzera, Godfrey, and Chileshe, Mutale (2019), The Characteristics of the Food System in Kitwe, Zambia, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 7, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town.

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Tawodzera, Godfrey, and Chigumira, Easther (2019), Household Food Poverty in Epworth, Zimbabwe, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 8, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town.cup-wp-8-epworthfoodpovertyScreenshot 2019-02-19 at 12.55.50

 

Tawodzera, Godfrey; Chigumira, Easther; Mbengo, Idah; Kusangaya, Samuel; Manjengwa, Oliver; and Chidembo, Donald (2019), Characteristics of the Urban Food System in Epworth, Zimbabwe, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 9, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town. cup-wp-9-epworthfoodsystemsScreenshot 2019-02-27 at 09.15.12

 

Haysom, Gareth, and Fusieni, Issahaka (2019), Governing Food Systems in Secondary Cities in Africa, Consuming Urban Poverty Project Working Paper No. 10, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town. cup-wp-10-governingfoodsystemsinsecondaryafricancities

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CUP Affiliated Working Papers

Battersby, J., Marshak, M. & Mngqibisi, N. 2017 Mapping the invisible: The informal food economy of Cape Town, South Africa, AFSUN Working Paper Series, No. 24, Cape Town, South Africa: http://www.afsun.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/AFSUN24.pdf

Skinner, C., Haysom, G. 2016. The informal sector’s role in food security: A missing link in policy debates? Working Paper 44. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security. http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP44%20SkinnerHaysom.pdf

Haysom, G., 2016 Alternative food networks and food insecurity in South Africa, Working Paper 33. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security. http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP33%20Haysom_FINAL.pdf

Tawodzera, G. 2016. Local food geographies: The nature and extent of food insecurity in South Africa, Working Paper 37. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security.http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP37Tawodzera.pdf

Even-Zahav, E., and Kelly, C. 2016. Systematic review of the literature on ‘informal economy’ and ‘food security’: South Africa, 2009–2014, Working Paper 35. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security.http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP35%20Even-Zahav_final.pdf

Additional food security and food system related working papers produced in association with the food systems team at the African Centre for Cities

Theron, J. 2019. Labour regulation and the economy: The case of the food value chain. Working Paper 43. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security. http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP%2043-%20Jan%20Theron%20-%20Labour%20regulation%20-%202016.pdf 

Schultz, O. 2016. ‘What is the value of the constitution?’: Value chains, livelihoods and food security in South Africa’s large- and small-scale fisheries, Working Paper 42. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security.http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP42%20schultz.pdf

Visser, M. 2016. Going nowhere fast? Changed working conditions on Western Cape fruit and wine farms: A state of knowledge review, Working Paper 41. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security. http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP41%20Visser.pdf

Davies, F. 2016. Lusaka’s local food geographies: A gendered reading of everyday food insecurity in Mtendere, Lusaka, Working Paper 40. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security.http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP40%20Davies.pdf

 

Drimie, S. 2016. Understanding South African food and agricultural policy: Implications for agri-food value chains, regulation, and formal and informal livelihoods, Working Paper 39. Cape Town: PLAAS, UWC and Centre of Excellence on Food Security. http://www.plaas.org.za/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/WP39Drimie_0.pdf

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