The significance of food security for any state cannot be overemphasised as it is directly linked with the well-being of its people. Food security, as an essential element of human security is, hence, inextricably linked to the national security of Pakistan. Unfortunately, Pakistan’s vulnerability to food insecurity has been increasing overtime for various reasons. Some of these reasons include a growing population, gross neglect of the agriculture sector, mismanagement of water resources, lack of research for the development of requisite technologies to improve agricultural yields, and negative impact of climate change, among others.
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