Sustainable entrepreneurship, Integrative framework and propositions


  • Anas Al-Dailami, Imran Ahmad, Mohd Danish Ahmad


Recently the world is witnessing substantial strides in increasing global food production yet it is unmatched with the drastic rise in population and it will be a challenge to feed 9.8 billion people by 2050, thereby aggravating the need of food security. Food security can be defined as “the ability to access sufficient, safe, nutritious food to sustain a healthy and active life. The challenges of food security vary from one country to another due to varying political conditions, topography, demography, weather conditions, etc. Therefore, this study aims to develop a plan of actions for food security in Yemen that can be achieved by identifying the challenges and proposing the plan of actions of food security in Yemen. The responses were analysed by content analysis for both challenges and plan of actions. It was found that the most affected component of food security is the availability of food, hence capacity building of local stakeholders/Large Non-Government Organisation (LNGOs) staff can be the strategic plan for the availability of food. The most critical challenges in Yemen are the political instability and acute economic crisis, therefore to overcome these constraints the strategy in action plan is that; all political entities should reform and unite as one country for the sustainable development of the country. This paper will give an insight to the prime importance of food security to build up the economy and provide resilience to the sustainable system of food.


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Anas Al-Dailami, Imran Ahmad, Mohd Danish Ahmad. (2020). Sustainable entrepreneurship, Integrative framework and propositions. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(9), 9031 - 9041. Retrieved from