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Which type of people are more prone to food insecurity in rural areas?


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All of above


SOLUTION
In the rural areas the following types of people are more prone to food insecurity:
(i) Landless people with little or no land.
(ii) Traditional artisans who provide traditional services.
(iii) Petty self-employed workers.
(iv) Destitute including beggars.
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