This report outlines the findings from 26 community-level interviews carried out in Lebanon regarding the effects of landmine, cluster munitions, and other explosive remnants of war on food security. 

It also highlights the positive impact of humanitarian mine action on how people and communities produce or procure quality food in adequate quantities. This is an initial contribution to MAG’s objective to demonstrate how humanitarian mine action has a series of cumulative effects that strengthen local and regional food systems and reinforce community resilience. 

The report shares findings on how humanitarian mine action contributes to the conditions for and drivers to food security, after listening to the words and views of people that contribute to Lebanon’s food systems, ranging from farmers, agriculture workers, and consumers. 

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