Livelihood insecurity & economic impact

The degree to which there is adequate availability and fair access to basic necessities, including basic food items, medical services and supplies, information, communication, and other basic necessities, would influence the extent to which many countries on the continent are able to mitigate against possible social unrest and violence.
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