Food security has long been a major development
priority of all countries and will remain to be in the future.
This has become all the more important in this time of
COVID19 pandemic. It is achieved when there is the
availability of and adequate access to sufficient, safe, and
nutritious food at all times for individuals to maintain a
healthy and active life. The United Nations has identified
four pillars of food security: food availability, food access,
food utilization and food stability. Through the years, all
our efforts are expected to contribute to the pillars of food
security, and a country’s ability to consolidate its resources
towards defining and achieving their aspired food security
targets across relevant scales has become a major hallmark
of development success.