Beyond feeding the multitude : international nongovernmental organizations and local food systems in Southwestern Haiti
M.A. (Master of Arts)
Department of Anthropology
Caribbean Area--Study and teaching; Ethnology; International relations
This thesis explores the ways that international nongovernmental organizations (INGOs) interface with the community and its local food system in a rural coastal town in southwestern Haiti. The thesis argues that, especially in light of Hurricane Matthew, it is essential that INGOs in the region consider input from local residents as the food system is rebuilt.
Prentice-Walz, Heather M., "Beyond feeding the multitude : international nongovernmental organizations and local food systems in Southwestern Haiti" (2017). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 1636.
xii, 148 pages
Northern Illinois University
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Advisors: Mark Schuller.||Committee members: Kristen Borre; Emily McKee.||Includes bibliographical references.