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Using HFIAS, the food insecurity level of households was calculated to be 280(39.2%), 120(16.8%), 162(22.7%) and 152(21.3%) food secured, mildly insecure, moderately insecure and severely insecure, respectively.
In the study area, the overall prevalence of household food insecurity was found to be 60.8%.
Regarding sex, 59% of male headed households were food insecure while in females it was 65.8%.
Relatively the proportion of household food insecurity in the age range of 18-39 was high (67.3%).
It was found that 173 of the sample households had 3 or less than 3 members out of which 68.8 % were found to be food insecure.
On the other hand, out of the 205 households who had greater than 6 members 56.6% were found to be food insecure.
I am Yirdaw Melese and I have Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Addis Ababa University in 2002.
Later on, in 2012, I have earned my Masters degree in General Public Health from Gondar University.
I have 15 years work experience.
Currently I am working as academic Vice Dean and instructor at Rift Valley University Hawassa Campus, Ethiopia.
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