An article on household resilience and food security published at Food Security journal

Resiliency against food insecurity is of particular importance for rural household under the impression of recent price surges and supply chain disruptions. The paper by by Egamberdiev et al. (2023) analyzes the effect of household resilience capacity on food security outcomes in Kyrgyzstan, using LiK data from 2011-2016 waves at individual, household and community levels. The results suggest that a higher household resilience capacity improves food security and is able to mitigate the adverse effects of shocks. The article is open access and can be found at this link: