In contrary to the spectacular achievements in the developed world life in the developing world is haunted by the predicaments of poverty and the catastrophic effects of food insecurity. Millions of people in the south are defenseless against series of calamities including persistent food insecurity. They are unable to secure regular supply of food. By the same token, food insecurity is a defining feature of rural poverty in Ethiopia. This stubbornly uneradicated evil has given impetus to public efforts. Issues of food in/security have presently taken center stage. Save for,detailed and closer look at the actions-private or public-taken in relation to these issues are often not in place. Firmly rooted in empirical research, this book aims to provide readers with an up-to-date understanding of the role Productive Safety Net Program, a program currently under implementation in Ethiopia, is playing in curbing the preponderance of food insecurity.