Some Aspects of Correlation of Physical Capital and Infrastructures on Household Food Security: Evidence from Rural Tanzania

Justine Nkundwe Mbukwa


To achieve the first Millennium Development Goals is still a challenge. The problem of poverty in the context of hunger still persists in Tanzania. Household’s members have not sustainable access to enough and quality of food. The major objective of this study is to ascertain whether exists some aspects of correlation between physical capital and infrastructures on the households` food security.

This study was carried out in rural part of Tanzania, in Mvomero district covering three villages selected randomly (a total sample 0f 382 households). Data analysis was done using SPSS version 15.0. Chi-square test was adopted for plausible analysis assesses the extent to which some correlation exists between food security status of the households against independent variables (physical capital and infrastructures of the households).

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